By tj1R1p3Nj4kiTm03. Word Scramble. At Friday, April 17th 2020, 21:09:43 PM.
Ever since the 80s when standards education started, handwriting (cursive) practice has become less and less emphasized in schools. For the last 10-15 years, we have been lucky if anyone actually presented it for more than a few lessons. It is one of those things that require lots of drill/practice which, because of a lawsuit somewhere in the US during the late 80s, has disappeared. There is no more drill/practice on math facts and the math scores and abilities show it in most schools/kids. Also there has been greater emphasis on reading (not that anyone has changed what they were doing - they are now doing it longer and harder and earlier and that is another story entirely).
Though the students always remain in an education friendly environment at schools, time taken by individuals for becoming skilled at new concepts & things vary from one student to another. The only way out to learn things in a quick time duration is thorough practicing of newly learnt concepts. Thus, parents of such Children reach out to various worksheet providers who provide conversational & innovative study materials, which would interest these kids to practice the lessons taught in schools.
Remember that kids put more attention on animation. They are more interested on having fun so it is best for a teacher to teach them write letters in a fun way. Teachers may have noticed that when children are just being told on what to do, they may not do it right out of lack of interest. Remember that with the so many worksheets available, choose one that is best suited for a certain lesson. Plan ahead what type of worksheet to use for a given day, depending on what you plan to teach.