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Old 10-07-2009, 11:30 AM
 
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Does anyone know where I can get the primary writing paper with the skyline and the ground line on the internet? It is regular primary writing paper...but at the top it has a sky and in the middle it has something else...and at the bottom it has the ground with like a flower? I think some of my kids need that visual reminder when writing and I cannot find it.


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I got mine at the Parent Teacher Store. You can order on line.
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Hope this helps
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I think the one you are looking for is from Frog Street Press. You can go to their website or google it for stores that carry it.
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Old 10-07-2009, 03:00 PM
 
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Wilsons Fundations. We use it in kindergarten. I hope this helps. Here is portrait and landscape.


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What do the symbols on the wilson grid stand for?
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I was going to ask the same. Why those symbols?
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Skyline - when letters start at the sky line.... (all capitals) and lowercase b,k,l,t

Plane Line - most lower case start here a,c,d,e,f,g,i,j,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,u ,v,w,x,y,z

grassline - where many letters go to -

worm line - the no capitals go here. lower case g, j, p,q,y go to that line...

So for lower case a
I would say lower case a is a round plane line letter. it starts at the plane line and makes a circle to the grassline back up to the plane line and trace a straight line back down to the grassline.

lowercase j
Lower case j is a wormline letter
it starts with a line starting at the plane line. write a straight line down from the plane line past the grass line and down to the worm line, and then make a curve.

it really helps!

This is a new program, and the kids are REALLY picking up on it. we only share 1-2 letters per week. Ill try to find the verbage (its specific) and post tomorrow as it is at school!
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It sounds like an explicit program; which kids need. Thanks in advance for getting it "out" to everyone.
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Old 10-08-2009, 02:11 AM
 
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Learnalways... that was EXACTLY what I was looking for. Thank you so much!!!
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Old 11-06-2009, 06:13 PM
 
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Learnalways, thank you so much for the landscape version of the Fundations writing grid. I really appreciate it!
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Enlarged Fundations Writing Grid
Old 11-09-2009, 07:55 PM
 
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My school uses the Fundations program. However, I was told by my granddaughter's teacher that the kit comes with an enlarged version of the writing grid. When I came in to Kindergarten, I inherited the kit from a previous kindergarten teacher. I do not have that sheet. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

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Hi, I actually found the enlarged version by mistake thru a google search. it appeared in a power point presentation that a district's website had posted details on. I can't specifically recall the site name but if you google fundations writing paper it will come up for sure.
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We use the fundations program I teach first grade I think what you're referring to could be the large sentence type writing grid. You can use it with dry erase markers, it is long enough to write a sentence. I keep it taped on my black board it is really handy for the kids to see the proper way to write the letters. If you go to the Fundations website (google it) you can order it. Maybe your school will pay for it. I was not a big fan of this program due to the scripted and rote way it is taught but I am a big fan now after I have seen first hand how it really helps my students. I tend to forget that for many children the more they hear, write and participate the more they really get it into their heads. I also like that they have wipe off boards with the same grids lines, and booklets that they work in. We also do dictation and it is amazing to see how they really feel so comfortable and how much they really like when we do Fundations because they are very on hands with the program. No waiting for copies to be made or papers lost. You can also go to their website and they will put your daily, weekly plans for you. Look in to it. It was hard for me to get everything in but we have been using Fundations for over 3 years and it is second nature now. I also have tracked my kids and I see that it really sticks with them. good luck
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Old 01-17-2011, 08:54 AM
 
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I've been searching high and low for this sheet. Thank you for providing it!
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I know it seems late but I found this pdf
Old 06-30-2011, 05:41 PM
 
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http://khe.darecountyschoolsonline.c...tion-paper.pdf
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