HWT Handwriting Lessons 25-50
This page contains the HWT style handwriting lessons 25 - 50 that are **more or less coordinated with the book, Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons.
Read more about these lessons at the home page for the lessons. HWT Handwriting Lessons and Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons
In this group of handwriting lessons, tracing will gradually become less common. The letters that are introduced are ... f, u, h, l, g, k, v, w
So Far: The words that I have added to this group of lessons are ... ant, feet, run, sun, nut, if, fun, mill, eel, lot, fan, man, can, ran, and, cog, fog, dog, log, nog, see, the, run, she, said, no, cow, now, wow, was, seen, is, in rock, sock, my
Starting with Lesson 36, Endings might show up on some lessons. The endings that I have added to this group are: ud, ut, un, id, in, it, ill, an, and, at, ot, og
What the Colors Mean
Light orange means that a letter is introduced for the first time.
Light green means a word is used in the lesson.
Pink indicates the lesson will include an uppercase letter.
Lessons 25 & 26:
Lesson 25- n, o, ant
Lesson 26- f, s, feet
Lessons 27 & 28:
Lesson 27- u, h
Lesson 28- n, e, sun, run
Lessons 29 & 30:
Lesson 29- u, n, nut
Lesson 30- u, f, if, fun
Lessons 31 & 32:
Lesson 31- l, L, m, mill
Lesson 32- o, t, eel, lot
Lessons 33 & 34: Lesson 33 has a blank line. The student could write the words from lesson 33 on the forth line.
Lesson 33- a, f, fan, man, can, ran, and
Lesson 34- c, g, cog, fog, dog, log, nog
Lessons 35 & 36: Both lessons have a blank line and a sentence. Lesson 36 contains "endings." You should decide if the student will write the endings again or add a consonant to each of the endings to form words, and then write the words.
Lesson 35- g, f, See the dog run.
Lesson 36- Ss She said no., ud, ut, un
Lessons 37 & 38:
Lesson 37- f, g, c, L Land
Lesson 38- id, in, it, ill
Lesson 38 contains endings. Decide if the student will write the endings again or add a consonant to each of the endings to form words, and then write the words.
Lessons 39 & 40:
Lesson 39- w, cow, now, wow
Lesson 40- an, at, and, She was seen
Lesson 40 contains endings. Decide if the student will write the endings again or add a consonant to each of the endings to form words, and then write the words.
Lessons 41 & 42:
Lesson 41- m, h, f, and a blank line for the handwriting practice of your choice
Lesson 42- k, A rock is in **my sock. Please note that I used uppercase A and the letter y and, so far, neither letter has been introduced in these handwriting lessons. Because of this, I made the letters "solid" with direction arrows. **Additionally, the word my has not been covered by the reading lessons.
Lessons 43 & 44:
Lesson 43- l, m, n, h
Lesson 44- o, k, f, and a blank line for the handwriting practice of your choice.
Lessons 45 & 46:
Lesson 45- m, h, f, a blank line for the handwriting practice of your choice
Lesson 46- v, Endings: ot, og - The student should add a consonant in front of the last 3 endings to make a word.
Lessons 47 & 48:
Lesson 47- sh, S, v, sentences: She is old. and She gave a fish..
Lesson 48- w, v, W, We see a cat. , a blank line for the handwriting practice of your choice
Lessons 49 & 50:
Lesson 49- th, this, that, car, T, Th, That, That car is a hot rod.
Lesson 50- w, f, That was fun., a blank line for the handwriting practice of your choice
Printable Handwriting Paper that Coordinates with The HWT Handwriting Lessons
For all choices in HWT handwriting paper please go to: Double Line Printable Paper
Print, cut apart, attach to student's notebooks
See other handwriting strips at: Printable Handwriting Strips
Project ongoing - 1st files uploaded on August 12, 2014.
**Note: At some point in making these lessons, I began working toward complimenting the past and current reading lessons in the book by adding "endings" and words from the reading lessons to the handwriting practice.
Below - Image of Letters used in Worksheets
For more handwriting practice in this style go to: HWT Handwriting Practice Worksheets.