Your young learners can have fun practicing their print handwriting while reading about community helpers with this FREE Community Helpers Handwriting Practice unit. They can both trace and write the keywords in the spaces provided.
This post is part of the Creative Copywork Series
This FREE Community Helpers Handwriting Practice unit looks at many people in the community, including:
- mail carrier
- police officer
They’ll practice writing a total of 49 words. The unit also includes extra blank pages at the back for you to add your own words for practice, too. It’s a fun way to sharpen handwriting skills while learning about the world around us. Scroll down to get your FREE instant download.
Help your kids remember that THEY are an important and unique part of the community with this set of FREE All About Me Templates!
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