Why do most adults still have poor handwriting? Because their Kindergarten teachers never learned The Teacher’s Alphabet.

Don’t Let Your Handwriting Teaching Materials Fail Your First-Time Handwriting Students!

The biggest problem people have with learning to print is that handwriting teachers don’t have the time or the curriculum to teach students how to make their letters and numbers correctly the first time. Students never practice the right habits to make their letters and numbers well and teachers don’t have enough time to oversee each of them individually.

So our English language educational systems falls victim to the “good enough” excuse. If it “looks like” the letter or number they want them to, then it is “good enough.” With The Teacher’s Alphabet, every letter has a “Letter Recipe” and every stroke is included, explained, and practiced before specific letters are attempted or finished. In this way, everyone knows what is expected and everyone can achieve excellent number and letter amking. In our system, the faster to master student can effectively teach the “slower” students.

From The Teacher's Alphabet YouTube Channel

As experienced educators, we found that early elementary teachers are not taught how to teach handwriting effectively to first-time printing students.

Students never practice the necessary exercises they need to build up their handwriting skills. Teachers don’t have the time or training to oversee their students properly or know the proper teaching order for the more difficult letters and numbers. So our educational system falls victim to the “good enough” excuse. If it “looks like” the letter or number they want, then it is “good enough.” Student “fake it” and their teachers give up trying to help them improve their handwriting.


The Old Teaching 3-Line Teaching Order that never has worked.

The New 5 Line Teaching Order that enables preschoolers to gain mastery and makes them better printers than most adults, in just a few weeks!

Don’t Let Your Handwriting Teaching Materials Fail Your Students!

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