Letter Recognition and Motor Memory are critical stepping stones of handwriting.

Our kids process visual cues from multiple sources to help them develop Letter Recognition. Once they can recognize letters, they can begin the process of learning to write.

Motor Memory (being able to write a letter properly without a visual cue) is the very next step in the process.

Use this video and 26-page free handout for easy progress monitoring and goals. I have included convenient assessments and progress tracking pages, that you can use—and then we cover SMART Goals. You’ll even see an example of how to do it!

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I revised my Handwriting freebie (seriously, today), so make sure you get the new and improved version. I’m going to refer to it throughout the month of May in a mini-Motor Monday series all about Handwriting.


Don’t forget to get your Handwriting Printable Packet below. It’s in my Shop for  $4.99, but if you if you sign up for my Handwriting 101 email course, you can get it for FREE! missjaimeot.com/HW101



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