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Dr. Hopkins

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Handwriting from Memory - Uppercase Letters, Lowercase Letters, Numbers

Adults, Your child should complete this activity independently without adult guidance on letter or number formation or access to letter or number examples. If you have a printer, you may print this activity and have your child complete it paper and pencil. When finished, please have your child take a photo of each page and upload it to this Seesaw assignment. Kindergarteners, In this activity, you will show off what you have learned about writing uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and numbers without looking at any examples! It may be hard but our goal is that it is easy for you to complete by June. *To Do* - Press - Use pencil tool for each slide. *Slide 1* - Use tool. - In each box, write an uppercase letter. - Please put your uppercase letters in order like you sing the alphabet. - There is a box for each letter. *Slide 2* - Use tool. - In each box, write a lowercase letter. - Please put your lowercase letters in order like you sing the alphabet. - There is a box for each letter. *Slide 3* - Use tool. - In each box, write a different number in order from 1 to 30. - There is a box for each number. *Last Step* When finished, press the green to submit your worl

Kindergarten, English Language Arts, Writing
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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