Ava – Name Printables for Handwriting Practice

Ava

This is part of a series of printable, personalized pages for practicing handwriting.

Name Book:

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Handwriting Worksheet:
Name Worksheet:  Click the image below or you can modify it to have only one name per line, add a last name, change to landscape orientation, etc. using options with the handwriting worksheet generator.

About Amanda (Post) Pertl

I started A to Z Teacher Stuff in 1997 when I was getting ready for student teaching. I graduated with a B.S. in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood. I went on to teach preschool, kindergarten, and first grade and earned my Master's degree in Education as well. Now I'm a teacher-mom to three children.

2 Responses to Ava – Name Printables for Handwriting Practice

  1. Stacy August 20, 2019 at 8:36 pm #

    Hi,
    How do I get the editable version, so I can use my student’s names? Also would you teach upper and lower case letters together or separate?

    • Amanda (Post) Pertl August 21, 2019 at 9:11 pm #

      You can request names on this Facebook post.

      As far as teaching uppercase or lowercase, it depends on the age and experience of the child. Beginners who are just learning to hold a pencil or crayon have an easier time with straight lines. They need practice simply drawing vertical and horizontal lines to start with, then slanted lines, then curves. Then they can start to put those lines together to form uppercase letters. Lowercase letters are going to require drawing all types of lines so they will be better to teach last. Some programs follow a sequence by grouping letters with similar strokes together.

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