Who all remembers having the D’Nealian handwriting border around the top of the classroom wall?
I spent many afternoons tracing those letters in the air while I was bored in second grade.
We always learned D’Nealian penmanship because it made for an easier transition into cursive writing in later grades.
These days, though, students generally learn to print straight letters, because cursive isn’t used as much any more.
Instead of a regular old handwriting practice sheet, though, I thought it would be fun to share a set of wintry-themed Arctic Animals handwriting practice printables!
These would be a fun addition to a winter thematic unit, especially if you’re learning about the Arctic!
Read on to see how to get your set! And, for more fun with Arctic Animals, don’t miss our Polar Animals Pattern Activity!
Arctic Animals Handwriting Practice for Kids
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This product includes 26 letter handwriting practice sheets – one for each letter of the alphabet featuring both uppercase and lowercase letters.
There are also five Arctic animal name handwriting practice sheets included.
Print these and hand them out for daily penmanship practice.
Or you could laminate them and use them with dry erase markers in morning tubs or at centers!
Scroll down to get your set of Arctic Animal handwriting practice sheets!
Check out these other winter-themed learning ideas!
Follow my Winter Activities for Kids board on Pinterest for more inspiration!
To get your copy of our Arctic Animals Handwriting Practice printables, pick up the set from my Teachers Pay Teachers store! Click the link or the image below to get them.