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Grades 1 and 2 Halloween Handwriting Practice

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Grades 1 and 2 Halloween Handwriting Practice are perfect printable handwriting sheets for early elementary students. Check out my Halloween Worksheets for even more learning fun.

These Halloween writing worksheets are perfect for learning how to write bigger words and getting ready to transition into cursive.

Take a break from math worksheet learning and work on their handwriting skills instead. Since they’re Halloween-themed, they’re a fun writing prompt!

These free printable handwriting worksheets are great for a fun Halloween activity that helps them practice writing which also then helps them with reading comprehension as well.

Make sure to check out my other Halloween Worksheets for Elementary for even more learning fun.

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What is the educational benefit of this printable?

This worksheet will really help the kids fine-tune their writing skills so that they write in a clear and precise way. The more that they can practice writing on lines, the more that they’ll write in a way that is easy to read.

What it includes:

This worksheet has lines that will help your children stay in between them to learn how to write all the letters of the alphabet. From uppercase letters to lowercase, they’ll have great penmanship the more that they practice.

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Fun ways to use these handwriting printable:

These printables are meant to be used to brainstorm for even more fun stuff! Take advantage of the Halloween season and try one of these fun ideas.

Once the kids write out their words, create a fun word search out of the words. Once they’re done, hang it up on the bulletin board to admire!

Make a fun coloring page

There might not be a ton of room on the front but the back page gives plenty of space to color and be creative. Let the kids draw a Halloween picture and then color it as they see fit.

Plan out how you’re going to go trick or treating

Write down all the types of candy that the kids are looking forward to getting on Halloween night. I bet candy corn is going to be at the top of the list!

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