Reflection: Routines and Procedures Let's make a capital T! - Section 2: Interact with Concept

 

This is almost always a very easy and fast letter for students to pick up.  We often work through the entire page for this letter. Young writers often have more trouble with curved line formation in letters like Dd, Bb,a, etc.  This letter is generally easy because the letter formation consists of two straight lines.

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Let's make a capital T!

Unit 11: Letter T
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT use correct letter formation to make the capital letter T.

Big Idea: For capital T we go "top-down, top-across."

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