I printed off ABC worksheets. But that's it. The rest is learned through play and housework. If you are looking, go on Pinterest, there is A TON of free stuff.
I debated it. It's the cheapest resource I have to teach my four year old to write. I would love to do chalkboards instead, but those aren't available like the printer, ink and paper are. I am putting them in the clear three ring binder pockets and using dry erase markers. Reusable that way. :) We aren't doing too much as he is only four. We aren't in a hurry. He usually makes some letters while parking his hot wheels.
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