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I Can Be a Butterfly - Handwriting Sheets

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I Can Be a Butterfly - Handwriting Sheets

Digital Product Ages 4-8 Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
Regular price $4.99
Sale price $4.99 Regular price $6.95
Instant download available after purchase
Includes letter-writing practice pages, an essential precursor to learning to read
Curriculum-aligned and research-backed
Dots and arrows indicate how to form each letter shape
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Product Description

A hilarious, curriculum-aligned way to practice the alphabet and handwriting. Bogart is absolutely starving, and the alphabet has never looked so delicious... so you had better get to work before he gobbles up every last letter.

For ages 4-8

Warning: This product does not include the accompanying storybook. If you're curious to learn the story of our resident, hungry maggot, click here for the bundle.

  • Step 1 Follow printed arrows to learn the shape of each letter
  • Step 2 Trace the letter over dotted lines
  • Step 3 Write the letter all by yourself, following a starting point on the page!
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A is for anarchy.

This inspired me to work on my own alphabet practice. A is for anarchy. W is for world domination. M is for MWUHAHAHA.

An ABC coming-of-age story

Bogart dreams of growing up to become a butterfly. But if all he ever eats is poo, he will be nothing more than a common housefly. So he sets out on the foodie adventure of a lifetime! First apples and asparagus. Then bagels and burritos. Before long, Bogart is chomping his way through the whole alphabet! And he won’t stop chomping until he becomes a butterfly. Help Bogart chomp his way from A to Z and face his greatest fear - being ordinary.

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A little fun goes a long way

Research shows that children with prior knowledge of the alphabet learn to read more easily and more fluently so it's really important that the alphabet is taught in a playful and engaging way.