Beginner's Thank You Letters-- free homeschool worksheet

>> Saturday, March 14, 2009

While thank you cards maybe a good habit to form early, it is difficult for little ones to fulfill such a requirement. This is the solution I came up with.

As soon as the kiddo can sign his name this sheet can be used. You can fill in the top two blanks or guide the little hands to write the words... then have them sign the bottom. If they are old enough to write their own letters, you can instruct them on which letters to write next. Or perhaps use a white board and have them copy the letters.

Remember though, they probably won't have the attention span to complete 20 thank you letters!


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