Steps4Kids to Write Modern Manuscript dvd recently and was excited to check it out! My 6 year old has been really improving with her reading and writing and has come a long way in the last year. I figured this video would help her to continue in the right direction!
Considered one of the "Top Videos for Students" by Booklist Online (August 2011), the Steps4Kids to Write Modern Manuscript DVD provides instructional help to those teaching children how to print using the D'Nealian® or similar italicized pre-cursive printing approach.
With approximately 90 minutes of instructional help, this award winning penmanship DVD shows how to write both upper and lowercase letters using video modeling and inviting audio instruction. Each demonstration is preceded by a colorful graphic that shows the letter, introduces the letter's sound and sight words to help viewers develop reading skills. Letter are taught in groupings that share common letter strokes. Drawing breaks are interspersed after the groupings to reinforce letter strokes by showing how to draw using select letters. Look2Write™ game breaks are also used whereby the viewer is shown words and asked to identify the word spoken by the narrator to reinforce reading of the words.
This dvd helps to make learning to write fun and exciting! My 4 year old is writing her name and working on other words and remembering the letters! We have enjoyed using this great dvd as an educational tool in our home! My friend even asked me to use it with her 4 year old as he has shown an interest in learning to write. Learning to read and write at an early age in an invaluable tool. You are more likely to do well in school and understand what you are reading! The dvd helps to make this possible!
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