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A handwriting program used by parents and professionals. Children learn to print upper and lower case letters and numbers using eleven basic lines. Designed to help new writers achieve success quickly, this carefully structured program contains sequential worksheets that move ahead in short easy to achieve steps. The child can start with simple horizontal and vertical lines that are presented as fun, then goes on to the other basic lines needed for handwriting skills. The Program includes 200 worksheets, progress chart and a manual. Worksheets can be copied so children can master the tasks at their own speed. Notebook format, 1985 by Linda C. Becht, illustrated by John Exley
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Feb 15, 2012 | By Yvonne
I love using the Sensible Pencil with some of my special needs students. It has been very beneficial in helping them with their writing. I would recommend it.
Jul 20, 2011 | By Judy Pletnikoff
This writing circulumn is the best we've found. Since it's loose leaf and intended to be copied it lasts forever. Many of the exercises are fun and not about actual letter formation. We taught writing with it years ago and recently bought it again to be used as fun practice for fine motor exercise. Many of the worksheets are not overly juvenile and well accepted by our young adult learners.