Handwriting is a requirement in our house, and while some have an easier time than others, we all have to participate.
Sometimes, one needs extra practice on a certain letter, and while each girl has her own workbook, I don’t want to make a ton of copies and then have to store those papers. One way I eliminate the extra waste is by covering the worksheets with reusable report covers, and having the girls write on them with dry-erase markers.
Simply slide the report cover over the sheet and have your children work on their handwriting using a fine-tip dry erase marker. This allows you to have extra practice… without making copies.
I like this method when working on handwriting pages, as well as math facts… skills all of the kids will need to work on at some point! This is also helpful for those workbooks whose copyright allows sharing within the home and among all of your students.