Handwriting! Mechanics! Creativity! Sentence Writing in Kindergarten Practice (FREE file too)

Kindergarten handwriting practice and sentence mechanics resources rolled into one!  

Kindergarten Handwriting Practice…make it simple!

I am tired!  Are you tired?  With 6,000 things pulling at you at this time of the year, it is nice to have something simple!

On most mornings, my class completes these sentence work pages as their morning work. They. Are. Simple! I don’t know about you, but I need simple right now. My ABSOLUTELY least favorite subject to teach is handwriting.  So these daily handwriting practice worksheets are perfect for my kindergarten students.  They can be creative while still working on their handwriting and sentence writing.  You will find the free file at the bottom of this blog post.

Kindergarten Handwriting Practice that is creative!

Even though they are simple, I love how the students make them their own.handwriting practice for kindergarten Each morning we have an opportunity to reinforce concepts around print!  Clearly, this was Santa in his younger years… before the weight gain and white hair.Handwriting practice for kindergarten and sentence writing! Looking for (simple!) ways to help your students work on their writing skills? Check out these kindergarten handwriting worksheets and sentence mechanics resources! FREE file too! We reinforce making our tall letters tall and our short letters short.kindergarten handwriting practice and sentence writing! Looking for (simple!) ways to help your students work on their writing skills? Check out these kindergarten handwriting worksheets and sentence mechanics resources! FREE file too! We talk about punctuation!  This elf looks like I feel.Handwriting practice for kindergarten and sentence writing! Looking for (simple!) ways to help your students work on their writing skills? Check out these kindergarten handwriting worksheets and sentence mechanics resources! FREE file too! I love this little elf’s face!kindergarten handwriting practice and sentence writing! Looking for (simple!) ways to help your students work on their writing skills? Check out these kindergarten handwriting worksheets and sentence mechanics resources! FREE file too! And we talk about making sure our illustrations include a setting.Handwriting practice for kindergarten and sentence writing! Looking for (simple!) ways to help your students work on their writing skills? Check out these kindergarten handwriting worksheets and sentence mechanics resources! FREE file too!At the beginning of the kindergarten, these handwriting practice pages start with a trace option.  Then we move as quickly as I can into the “write” portion.  I want students to be thinking about the path of motion as they write.  Additionally, students are not thinking about spaces or capital letters when they are just tracing lines. So, not all of the writing above is perfect.  However, we are moving in the right direction.  Because my students do not need to put energy into composing their writing (the model sentence does this for them, they can really concentrate on their letter formation. These kindergarten handwriting practice and sentence writing worksheets were one of the first things I created for TpT and I still love using them.  My class does not need any help reading the sentences and it provides a predictable activity that is meaningful that we do each morning. 

You can see all of my kindergarten handwriting practice pages by clicking: 

You can also find them in the link above as individual themes.

Want to learn more about how I teach handwriting?

You can read the blog post below to learn more:

Would you like to try this out for FREE?

I have a winter free file that you can download for free in my TPT store.   Simply click HERE then sort my resources by FREE on the left-hand sidebar of my store.  Who knows?  You might find a few more gems you might like!

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Deedee Wills

Deedee Wills

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching in different classroom environments and grades. My heart belongs to early childhood education. My job is to make teaching FUN, ENGAGING, and EASIER. Welcome!

Hi, I'm DeedeE.

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching in different classroom environments and grades. My heart belongs to early childhood education. My job is to make teaching FUN, ENGAGING, and EASIER. Welcome!
 

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3 Responses

  1. This post is so timely…my firsties were started to get slightly (understatement) antsy yesterday with all the changes in our schedule with holiday fun (& testing!). I was planning on pulling some themed activities that are engaging, yet meaningful that will help keep them on track. It's such a fun time of year, but it can actually be a little tough on our little ones, too! Thanks for the suggestions, Jen

  2. I LOVE these – I use them every morning. I especially like that they go along with our thematic units. My kinders get so excited when they can read them on their own. Ever thought of doing a fairy tale one?
    Thanks for all you do,
    Kelly Palazzo

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