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  1. All these resources look great! Something that I have used is the clock to teach the letters, but I made a page with clocks so my kids could write on each clock for small words. Also, in my case my kids needed the color doted line in the middle differentiated from the red baseline vs the blue top guide. My kids had no spatial connection to all black lines. Look at the screen picture of the design for upper case. find a free sample download here. Mrs. Q
  2. Designed color clock paper to help my children learn to write on a line.

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    UPDATED: 18 pages with NO WATERMARK! There are many curricula that teach the formation of letters based on a clock face. Some teach manuscript, others teach cursive, but both use the sound of dictation to direct the pencil of the pupil to write a letter. Some use Spell to Write and Read, Logic of English, Spalding Method, Clock climbing letters, etc. These are worksheets that have the middle dotted line, they have a red baseline, and blue top guide, and a blue descender line. These pages include full face clock throughout the whole page for students to practice their letter formation, then later on their phonograms, and even small words dictations. You can purchase here. I use PayPal, so message me with your PayPal email, I'll send you a bill and when you pay, I'll send you the file. However if you are a member of TpT, you can purchase and download immediately. Look at my Teachers pay Teachers site for details here. Mrs Q Products

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    UPDATED: 18 pages with NO WATERMARK! ETA: Updated verson has extra 8 advanced pages! There are many curricula that teach the formation of letters based on a clock face. Some teach manuscript, others teach cursive, but both use the sound of dictation to direct the pencil of the pupil to write a letter. Some use Spell to Write and Read, Logic of English, Salding Method, Clock climbing letters, etc. These are worksheets that have the middle dotted line, they have a red baseline, and blue top guide, and a full face clock throughout the whole page for students to practice their letter formation, then later on their phonograms, and even small words. You can purchase here. I use PayPal, so message me with your PayPal email, I'll send you a bill and when you pay, I'll send you the file. However if you are a member of TpT, you can purchase and download immediately. Look at my Teachers pay Teachers site for details here. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Handwriting-Clock-Letter-Spalding-Paper-3289330

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  5. Spell to write and read would be great! I love their app for phonogram practice!
  6. This link looks similar http://toluca-lyon.blogspot.com/2009/04/comprendre-lecriture-francaise.html?m=1
  7. I agree that I am a homeschooler, therefore I do not do a school at home. I don't plan to copy BasisEd at home, however, just like many others, I do look at different curricula, I spice up my teaching, and I look at what the Schools around me--and around the world--are doing. I know my kid's "learning style" I know what fits them, and I am willing to challange myself to help them learn. As I mentioned before there was ONE thing that really took me by surprized and that was that they take AP exams in 8th grade....I do know that they start schools in expensive neighborhoods, have no free lun
  8. I don't think so, my kids already love History, we do our homeschool around History. We even use Science in the Beggining Series of books by J Wile and Berean Builders Publishers Who set Science in a History timeline. Perhaps is my use of the word "drill" that makes it sound boring, I should say then practice, or make sure to include and repeat the topics covered in the U.S. History AP.
  9. Have you heard of BasisEd? one of the top 5 schools system in the country. So when in the news some school like that comes to light I usually ask myself what are they doing right that I can use in my homeschool... There are many things, but one thing jumped out at me... they start their AP exams in 8th grade with the US History AP. By the time they take the May test they have covered US History for many years, and are prepared. By graduation they have taken 9 to 11 AP exams. They spend their Senior Year doing a Thesis, or a project that of course needs to be aproved. My kids are in elemen
  10. OK. so I went to google and searched "celebrities a-z" the very first link has a list of them by picture and name, etc. also it has the capability to search by name. So I clicked the "a" many people I dind't know existed are there. so I put their name on our search box and try to find them. while scrolling to the thread that has that specific, likely written mentioned, topic I found a BOOK COVER, is that something we ought to report??? If so, there is no button on the post to 'report' here is the link to the whole post, number 34 has the picture of the book. If the lady/gent re
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