In my previous post, I uploaded handwriting practice sheets using the Zaner Bloser style. This time, I created Filipino alphabet handwriting practice sheets using the D’Nealian style manuscript. The letters in Zaner Bloser are upright, while those in D’Nealian are slightly slanted. I don’t know if preschools in the Philippines teach the D’Nealian manuscript, but people say that it makes the transition to cursive writing easier.
The pages also have the area below the dashed line colored light gray. This would help the students determine where to write the small letters. Lowercase letters with heads (b, d, f, h, k, l, and t) have lines that go above the shaded area. Lowercase letters with tails (g, j, p, q, y) have lines that go below the shaded area. See the thumbnail for the letter A below.
The pages should be printed on short bond paper (8.5″ x 11″). I placed some space at the top of the pages so you can punch holes and fasten the pages at the top. When printing the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat Reader, I recommend that you select Fit instead of Actual Size in the Print window.
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