My son, on the other hand, loves to create his own birthday cards, Christmas cards, “How are you?” cards, and so forth. But, he definitely still needs to have primary-grade lines to help him keep straight.
So it was about time that I provided a blank alternative to my Thank You Cards product for his personal use.
He really enjoys having the option to write and draw whatever he wants on the cover. And, of course, he does not argue about this kind of handwriting practice!
Get this one-page note card template from my Shop for free.
How do you encourage your kids to write outside of the traditional “worksheet” learning? Do you send Christmas cards?
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