A whole-school approach is vital to maintaining a consistent approach to the teaching and learning of handwriting from Kindergarten to Year 6, with the emphasis in Kindergarten on pre-writing skills, such as patterning.
For a whole-school approach to be effective, certain documents need to be prepared prior to implementation. These include:
With the help of R.I.C. Publications’ handwriting resources, you can aid your students in their advancement at a more effective and efficient rate. Our handwriting resources are packed full of information, broken down to be digestible for young minds.
While our handwriting resources are not specific lesson plans, their content can certainly form one. For instance, Handwriting today teachers guide – New South Wales foundation – Foundation and Year 1 can cover multiple learning objectives.
There are many ways to improve handwriting, even as an adult. Some of the most common ways are writing more, trying different pens, analysing your handwriting, selecting a style you
like and being consistent in developing it. That is why we strive to create high-quality handwriting resources for teachers, so you can help students from a young age to develop their own unique handwriting style—no matter if it’s cursive or their own creation.
You can use the filters on the left-hand side to browse for a specific handwriting resource by year, age, format, product type, series and/or price.
If you’re struggling to manage your time or are finding some students who would benefit from another style of learning, then our handwriting resources are for you!
Browse our range or contact us today to learn more and get all your questions answered about our handwriting resources for Australian teachers.