Like many of you, I’m trying to think of new and interesting things to keep my girls busy while we are safe at home. They have often mentioned how they would like to learn cursive so I came up with these dry erase practice sheets.
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Personally, I like the fine tip markers. Kids might prefer the chisel tips because they nice and thick for little hands. Once done, wipe clean with a paper towel, tissue, or old sock. Add your dry erase practice sheets to a 3-ring binder to keep them organized; this also makes them easy to use during car rides.
TIP: If your child uses permanent or other markers on the sheets simply color over the writing with a dry erase marker and it should wipe off!
Alternatively, if you are a gadget and tech family like we are, if you have the Procreate App an iPad, and stylus/Apple Pencil you can import the PDF file and let them practice their digital handwriting.
I’m really excited my girls have been learning how to use Procreate. I have been using it in conjunction with GoodNotes for my digital planner, but it’s been very useful with “home school” lessons and activities.
Of course, the kids probably love it most for digital coloring pages. They are also learning to draw freehand, thanks to YouTube and online courses. =)
I hope some of these ideas are helpful! If you have any special requests for dry erase practice sheets let me know!
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