Children learn to print the letters of the alphabet by tracing letters and practicing the formation in a variety of ways. A child needs the strength and control in his hand to form the shapes of the letters. More »

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To print pages of colored alphabet letters, open Microsoft Word or whatever word processor you have. Resize the font to fit a letter to a full page; color it, and then go to File Print... and go through the dialog box. ... More »

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As of 2015, printable alphabet letters are available on websites such as About.com, DLTK, Woo! Jr. and Free Alphabet Stencils. The printouts usually contain no more than two letters, making the templates convenient for c... More »

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Some ways to help children learn the alphabet are to play alphabet games, point out letters when spotted in the environment, and celebrate letters of kids' names. Other ideas include reading alphabet books, playing alpha... More »

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Fonts with fancy letters of the alphabet are available at 1001FreeFonts.com and DaFont.com. Both websites offer fonts that users upload. As such, each font has its own licensing terms. Users are not required to register ... More »

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A classic strategy for teaching cursive and handwriting letters is to use the developmental sequence model. The three stages are imitation, copying and independent writing. More »

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Examples of situations for children to write friendly letters include letters from vacation, emails about school activities, invitation letters and letters to Santa Claus. A friendly letter includes a heading, greeting, ... More »