PrintWrite & ReadyWrite
ReadyWrite Products for Sale OnlineReadyWrite paper features an illustration of a fire-breathing dragon along with three 1/2-inch ruled lines — a dark green line at the top, a light green line in the middle and finally a red line at the bottom.
These lines can help guide students through learning to form each letter by giving them visual cues where they should start or stop, with clear reference points that make it easy for you to instruct your students every step of the way.
Once students have learned to form each letter, you can have them create a poster to share with their peers using our Jumbo ReadyWrite Experience paper. These 17-inch by 11-inch pages are ruled at the bottom half and blank at the top, allowing students to write and draw to illustrate their point. The back of each sheet is fully ruled for more writing space.
PrintWrite Classroom Products for SalePrintWrite worksheets more directly guide students where to start and stop each letter. These pages feature an illustration of a traffic cop with a light that pans out into each line of the rule with a red top line, a yellow middle line and a green bottom line.
Like ReadyWrite, the clear illustrations and visual cues make it easy for you to instruct your students. They'll have no trouble remembering that green means "go," and that's where their letter should start. Because the green line is at the base, these sheets are ideal for teaching students to write in cursive, where most letters form from the bottom.
Incorporate PrintWrite Drawing & Story Books into your lesson plans by setting aside time for students to practice writing through journaling. They can write about something they learned during their lessons that day or something they're looking forward to and create illustrations to go with each entry.
Letter Formation Lessons Made EasyWhile these worksheets offer visual cues to your students, larger format teacher-use ReadyWrite and PrintWrite products make it even easier to explain and demonstrate where each letter should start and stop.
A ReadyWrite Chart Tablet or PrintWrite Display Card allows you to show students how letters are formed with the same rules they'll use to practice. This consistency makes it easier for them to translate the movements to their own work and learn more effectively.