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. The pages are fall-out-easy to remove, nice and thick, and easy to erase if necessary. Basic instructions are on the inside cover. 80 pages.
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Grade Level Recommendation: PreK-1st
Made in: USA
Awards and Endorsements:
Certified by NMSDC 2016
Homeschool Review Crew 2017 Blue Ribbon Award!
It's a handwriting workbook. Basic and useful. It's a good resource to have if you want extra handwriting practice for your student.
Like other people mentioned, this was nothing truly special, but I felt it did the job. My kindergartener actually enjoyed doing this for the most part, and I found that I asked her to do this when I wanted her to stay at the table, but while I needed to help my 2nd grader with something hands on. Is it the most beautiful workbook I've seen? No. Does it do it's job? Sure does!
I would give it 5 stars for being easy to use, straightforward and teaching consistent spacing and size of letters. My daughter is not a huge fan at all. She wants to use all capital letters of all different sizes and oddly spaced. This is probably the one subject she balks at when we do school. Because we started in May, it made sense to keep our lessons short and sweet. This has helped greatly and her letters look beautiful!
Nothing really special. There’s a reason handwriting is a pain. No child enjoys writing a 108 times in a row.
As a parent, I like the concept of this book, but my five year old saw it as drudgery. I decided to try the version for younger kids and it made all the difference. Coloring the pictures after tracing all the letters became an incentive for him to stay on task. I would prefer if the pages were perforated with the option of removing them or leaving them intact. As is, they simply fall out on their own.