WRITING PRACTICE BOOK
Pre-primary / UKG or Equivalent Classes
(For Both Assamese & English Medium students)
Growhills Writers’ Board
Kamalpur, Barpeta (Assam)
Writing Practice Book- For Pre-primary / U.K.G. or Equivalent Classes prepared by Growhills Publishing Writers’ Board and Published by Growhills Publishing, Kamalpur, Barpeta (Assam)- 781352.
Internet Edition: January, 2019
Price : Rs ………….. /-
Kamalpur, Barpeta (Assam)
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This book is especially designed to meet the long-felt demand of private educational institutes of North-east India. The materials have been compiled and edited from various sources. The publisher is not aware of any copyright violations in any form which has been incurred while preparing this book. We are ready to appreciate and take immediate action to rectify and overcome such thing which has occurred unintentionally or unknowingly in any form towards anyone incase it is brought to our notice.
As hand writing is regarded as a part and parcel of education so the majority of educationists are of the view of prescribing the practice of handwriting from the beginning of formal education. But the students of Pre-primary level remain tender both physically and mentally. In this level they only begin to learn the alphabet. But as the handwriting types of English alphabet differ from the printed type so it is illogical and impractical to teach them hand-writing type (cursive writing) directly before making them learning the printed type.
This Hand Writing Practice Book is prepared to teach the students the writing of printed type of English Capital Letters only as they are not generally taught small letter in the pre-primary stage.
In this Writing Practice Book we have endeavoured to apply possible easy method of practising the art of writing letters. This Practice Book has been divided into two parts. In Part -I the students are guided to practise writing over the blurred (dim) letters. The teacher should guide the students to begin writing letters over the blurred letters to the direction shown by arrow mark with a wooden pencil. And in Part -II the students are guided to practise writing themselves in blank spaces.
We welcome any kind of formative criticism and suggestion from the educationists, philosophers, teachers, guardians and even from the student community in matters of representing the method of practising the art of writing for further development.
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