"This is a really nice workbook. The first section has the child trace over silly and wacky sentences. The second part has them trace a sentence then re-write it and the third section has them just re-write the sentence. It has really helped my 9 year old and his terrible handwriting. Plus, the sentences really do make him laugh." Heather Hardy said.
"Exactly what I was looking for. My kids both have sloppy hand writing. I wanted something fun for them to do over the summer, yet to keep practicing their hand writing. It worked great. I have a entering 1st grader and 3rd grader and this was perfect. Silly and funny." K.A.M. said.
"Great practice book for summer writing. Wacky sentences make it more interesting, so my 3rd grader doesn't mind so much that I'm making her do homework during summer break." A. Long said.
"My 2nd-grade students love these silly sentences. The book has 3 versions of each page for three levels of writing competence: one with dotted text to copy, one with dotted text at top and blank lines at bottom, one with plain text to copy on blank lines below." Christine said.
"Great way to get the kids to practice their handwriting skills! I wish it was a little longer though! Although it's meant to be used as a workbook and write on the pages, we just write on separate paper so we can do them over and over." OrigamiSimone said.
"Perfect summer workbook for my daughter! She has struggled with her handwriting and spelling and this gave her daily practice while school was out. She never complained about doing a page from this workbook because she loved reading the funny phrases!" Soanderson said.
"Absolutely love these shoes! I wear a 6 1/2 and ordered a 37. They fit perfectly! They are so adorable and look exactly like the picture ❤️" Scott and Jessica Treweek said.
"The creativity and humor that went into coming up with the sentences was fantastic. My son would have intensely hated handwriting homework this summer if it weren't for the humor... but instead he only mildly hated it. :) (It's was still handwriting homework during the summer, no matter how I sell it...)
This book would have gotten 5 stars if only it taught kids to utilize the middle (dotted) line the way it's traditionally used. Instead, the tracing examples in the book teach kids to draw above the middle line for many letters. This gives kids a target of empty space for so many of their letters, which to say the least is not ideal for kids needing to improve their handwriting." Chad T. said.