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Old 08-02-2020, 07:25 PM
 
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How do you create a "spiral review" for letter tracing? For example if you're doing a new letter per week how often do you practice previously learnt letters? For example, we are following the HWT curriculum and are on Center Starting Capitals. So what I've been doing is practicing the new letter of the week everyday and along with that, practice the previous ones in "sets". So on Monday, we would do FE, then Tues DPBR, and Wed we do NM, Thurs. HKL and so on and so forth... As we move forward, there will be obviously be a lot more letters that we can't review all of them one day a week.


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I don't have a handwriting curriculum that I use, but I always just spiral and practice the more difficult letters instead of every letter we've done. You can also make a practice schedule where you practice different sets of similar letters together each day, and by the end of the week you've practiced them all.
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Thanks. So that's what I've been doing. Grouping similar letters according to the HWT curriculum. What I'm saying is, that as we learn more letters, it is going to become more difficult to review all of them in 5 days and we haven't even started lowercase yet.
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