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  1. Time Left: 13 days and 20 hours

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    TIRED OF LETTER REVERSALS AND WORDS NOT LANDING ON THE LINE? Handwriting Clock Letter Spalding Paper is a tool used to teach Spalding-inspired handwriting. The clock is used as a guide to dictate the direction of letter and number formation. It was created as a solution for older students with letter reversal problems. It has also been used for students who have spatial difficulties landing letters on the line. The paper is designed for manuscript and cursive letters and numbers. The clocks are spaced differently in each page, allowing for individual letter formation, two- to four-letter phonograms, and short sentences. This bundle contains twenty-one pages. For repetitive use such as daily or independent work, you can print the pages on cardstock and laminate them. The writing lines on each page are color coded. • blue top guide • blue middle dotted line • red baseline • blue descender line Dictation sample of the cursive letter “a”: Start at the baseline, go up the clock to 2 and stop. Without lifting your pencil, go back around the clock towards 10 and back around to 2 again and stop. Without lifting your pencil, pull a line down to the baseline and make a connecting stroke. Spalding method, Spell to Write and Read, Riggs, Logic of English, and all Orton Gillingham methods used for English Language Arts benefit from this paper for practice. It can be used for Phonogram practice and dictation. Find it at my Teachers pay Teachers Store here for instant download: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mrs-Q-Products Download free samples in the store and more products Clock Numbers Clock Letters Lowercase Clock Letters Uppercase Clock Letters Cursive Lowercase Clock Letters Cursive Uppercase Handwriting Clock Letter Spalding Paper If you do not have a free TpT account, please message me if you have PayPal with your PayPal email so I can send you a bill, I'll email your bundle upon receiveing payment. Feel free to share! Mrs. Q. Copyright © Karen Quimpo Mrs Q Products All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom/home use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom/home use only. Want to share? Link to my store NOT the PDF file itself. NOT o.k. to post my resources through an online (closed or open) portal for teacher-students in a continuing education classes to download. The single classroom/Co-Op class use is for a teacher to use and make copies for her students and not to make the file itself available for download nor distributed it, printed or file, to student's families for copying. Multiple Licenses available at a discount price. UPDATED: 21 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 Samples of more products in the pictures below


  2. Hello friends, I have a quick question for those of you who use Spell to Write and Read for your phonics program: how many spelling words do you go through in a school year? We are in our first year using SWR. My son is in the 1st grade. We got off to a late start using the program this year simply because it took me forever to figure out how to implement it. Once we got it going, we shot to do 3 spelling words a day, and one sentence (using the spelling words). We also do just a few minutes of the phonics flashcards. We have completed about 80 words. I'm wondering if we should stop once we get to 100 words and start reviewing the phonics and handwriting. As a side note, SWR is one of my favorite parts of our homeschooling day. However, this is not my son's favorite subject and he really resists my attempts to get him to write more. I would really like for him to write more sentences in a day, but I don't want to make homeschooling a negative experience for him. I'd love to hear what other people are doing that are using this program. ' Thanks so much!
  3. We started out this past year using Spell to Write and Read. I really wanted to love this program, and I do like the phonograms and the spelling rules. But when it comes to day-to-day teaching, it's such a struggle! The teacher guides are incredibly hard to follow and poorly written. I'm still not even sure I'm really doing it "right" and just kind of adapt it to make it what I need. But here's my real question, as I'm planning for next year: do you do spelling tests? When we started doing spelling, I would introduce the words on Monday, and we'd practice them in different ways throughout the week. Then on Fridays, we'd do spelling tests. But oh my goodness, my son abhors the spelling tests and it became a big emotional mess. So...how do YOU teach spelling? How do you know when your child has mastered the words?
  4. I ordered SWR and actually looked at LoE and thought I would like to "teach" more so I opted for SWR. Holy cow! It is a tad overwhelming, does it get easier? My son needed and still needs some phonics remediation and I thought this would be a good place to begin. I went ahead and got AAS for him because it seemed more open and go. I didn't want him waiting for me to learn a program before we began. So, now we are on AAS 2/3 and we are just not digging it. And, I am finding there are things that I teach and the later the letter doesn't really make that sound but it hasn't been "introduced" yet so we just move on. (Not so much in the dictation portions but more so in the other areas of his writing through the other subjects). So, here I am now wondering if I should have just gotten LoE or if I stick it out with AAS 3. I am a tad conflicted. I should note that I also have Spelling Power that I really like the look of but I feel it would be better for him once we establish good phonetic habits. I should also note that he is quite possibly mildly dyslexic and does not struggle with reading but has other issues in the way of spelling, doing things backwards, reversals, etc. Thoughts? How do you implement SWR? Should I just jump ship and do something completely different than these? I also have a dd starting all of this next year and would like to stick with one program if it is working. I was just looking at the cards (spelling rules and phonograms) and those I get. Maybe I just need to be diligent and get it done and do it. Wisdom? :bigear:
  5. Sorry Ellie, but I think I'm passing on original Spalding (though I've enjoyed reading your posts on it!). :) I'm looking at Webster and First Start Reading, and haven't ruled out Spell to Write and Read. Comments appreciated!!
  6. One is coming to our area, but I really don't have the $ or time budget for it. It seems a shame not to maximize my understanding. Any comments or suggestions? My son will be in 1st this year and had mastered his early phonics rather easily with ETC 1-3. I want us both to learn the rules of spelling and phonics with SWR. Are there any DVDs of SWR training offered anywhere? All I have seen were created for a previous book and adapted to SWR a very long time ago. Thanks for any input.
  7. Hi everyone.... I'm looking to put together a minimum of 10 homeschoolers/ teachers who are interested in attending a SWR basic level training class in the late summer (August). A trainer from Maryland is willing to drive up here to teach the 2-day class (cost: $135). They have *never* taught a class in VT, NH, or ME...and it has been a long time since a MA class has been held. If you are interested in this opportunity you can PM me, and I'll add your email to the list of those who want more information as it becomes available. *And* if you know other homeschoolers (or teachers) who want the training, please let me know how to contact them, and I'll gladly pass on information. As far as location (if that is a deciding factor for you....) I'm hoping that there can be enough interest (as in 20ish paying attendees) that we can turn it into a southern NH/ Seacoast NH location (church, private school, etc). ...And if you are in MA and have connections to some homeschool support groups there, please email me so I can inquire about interest down there. Blessings,
  8. I asked this question over at the SWR forum two different ways and never received an answer, so I thought I would ask here ;) My two oldest started SWR right after CHRISTmas, so we have been using it for about three months. Because my ds was having trouble with the "M" list I put him back a bit further. Currently we are now on M-2. I hope to at least reach list 'O' by summer. We do 40 words a week. My question is should I continue through the summer? My ds is finally understanding spelling and is improving, so I don't want to stop. At the same time he is behind in math. My dh wants him to do two hours of math through the summer every day. With regards to SWR how should I continue through the summer? Do SWR twice a week? Slow it down to 40 words every two weeks? With my middle kiddos using PR I plan to continue through the summer but they won't be doing two hours of math either plus a lot of it will be review. Then I am starting Ethan my fifth child with PR1. I don't want to make him wait any longer. (just writing what the others will be doing so you can see the whole picture of our summer:001_smile:) Would love to hear how you all continue with SWR through the summer if you follow a traditional school year but also have 'summer' or 'light' school through the summer. Thanks for reading this and appreciate any help.
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