Channie's Easy Peasy Alphabet

Channie's Easy Peasy Alphabet

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Ages: 4-6

Grades: PreK-1st

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Product Code: 328-122

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Channie's Easy Peasy Alphabet
Many children quickly learn the mechanics of fashioning letters, but fail at consistent size and spacing of those. Channie's Easy Peasy Alphabet solves that for your beginning writers because it provides visual cues that emphasize uniform size and proper letter spacing. Easy Peasy Alphabet cues act as a form of self-correction for your child as he strives to keep his letters inside the designated grid.

Easy Peasy Alphabet solves not only the common problems of inconsistently sized letters, but also letters that are too wide or too narrow. Basic instructions are on the inside cover. 80 pages.
Features
Number of pages: 80
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Publisher: Channie's
Grade Level Recommendation: PreK-1st
Made in: USA
Faith-Based: No

Awards and Endorsements:
Certified by NMSDC 2016
Homeschool Review Crew 2017 Blue Ribbon Award!

Customer Reviews

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N.J.
The Best hands down!

These have made a HUGE difference in our sons handwriting. They are now the only brand handwriting tablet I will be purchasing for our family!

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N.
Ok.

It’s straight to the point and provides lots of practice but it’s pretty basic and honestly you could just buy lined paper and it seems like it would be the same thing.

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H.
Lots of Practice!

There is a lot of tracing and repetition in this book, which is exactly what kindergartners need. My kindergartner did not know how to write her letters before, and, slowly but surely, she is getting it. I don't think one page a day is realistic, there is 90 letters on each page. I have my daughter do one or two lines a day and that is plenty. She might not be done by the end of the year, but whatever.

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A.
Not their biggest fan!

There are several reasons I gave this booklet a one star review.
1. The pages fall out. That's not optimal for a book...
2. my son hates it and gets bored with it
3. We actually switched to a print-out membership I have for tracing letters. It's much more interactive and fun for littles. For a kindergarten book, this one is a boring old fail.

Amanda, Thank you for your review of Channie's Easy Peasy Alphabet. While no one likes pages falling out of a book, this book features tear-out pages for ease with handing your child their work for the day. The beauty of this workbook may have also been its downfall for your son. It is a very vanilla, black-and-white approach to handwriting. But our team felt it most accurately and quickly addressed letter formation, size, and spacing. Also, the designated grid provides a form of self-correction for your child as he learns to write his letters. So, in this case, the vanilla look of the book helps accomplish the very task we need it for, handwriting accurately and neatly. It sounds like you and your son have found an alternative that is working for him, and that is a win. Keep up the good work! ---The Timberdoodle Team
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J.D.
Channie's Easy Peasy Alphabet

Great. Straight forward. Good independent work.


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