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Practice Handwriting Numbers in Precursive

The files on this page use a font that could be described as pre-cursive.

Most of the lessons practice writing numbers. Children should practice writing neat numbers in an easy to do handwriting style such as this one. The practice could improve the appearance of their math papers.

For more practice using this font style, see Rules of Civility that is linked above.

The Font Style PrecursiveNewDashed by BJU

letters

The Handwriting Lessons

spPractice Writing Numbers

2 Lessons per worksheet
Tracing is stepped down with each line

pdf1,2,3,4
pdf5,6,7,8
pdf9,10,11,12
pdf13,14,15,16
pdf17,18,19,20
Related: Math Paper - The "Show Your Work" math paper uses this font & supplies a brief daily number handwriting practice.

ALL Tracing
From The Ugly Duckling

pdfUD One
pdfUD Two
pdfUD Three

Blank Paper

pdf4 Lessons
pdf2 Lessons
Typeable PDF Four Lesson Paper See Image
You can type one line per lesson group on this Typeable PDF.
Typeable PDF Infomation: Typeable PDF's are meant to be typed in, then printed. Unless you have the full version of Adobe Acrobat and use the typeable pdf's in Adobe Acrobat, the text that is typed will not be saved. Remember, if using Adobe Reader- type and print the Typeable PDF, don't save, come back, and find your work gone.
See also this Blog Entry regarding the compatibility of the typeable PDF files.

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Updated July 14, 2011, Donna Young

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