Kathleen Woodington, B.Sc.O.T
Laurie Fowles, B.Sc.O.T
Illustrations by: Herb Regalo
Manual Printing Skills Are Very Important
A study by McHale and Cermak (1992) examined the amount of time school-aged children were expected to perform fine motor activities in the classroom. They found that 31-60% of a child´s school day in grades two to six consisted of fine-motor activities. Of those fine-motor activities 85% of the time consisted of paper and pencil tasks. Consider the negative impact that poor printing skills can have on a child´s feelings of mastery and success when approximately one third of the school day is met with frustration when engaging in paper and pencil tasks.
|What is the Print Club
A 50 page user guide
with 120 student worksheets and monitoring cards.
The Print Club is a remedial printing resource designed for children who are experiencing printing difficulties.
Teachers, volunteers, educational assistants, and therapists may use the resource to teach printing skills in small groups or on an individual basis.
The comprehensive, developmental, and child-friendly style of The Print Club ensures that children learn correct printing skills through a fun and non-threatening approach. The program is so complete that it´s the only printing resource that you will ever need.
The worksheets in The Print Club are reproducible for instructional use.
Worksheet sample 1
Worksheet sample 2
Worksheet sample 3
Worksheet sample 4
Order Pricing: (cdn funds)
CDN: $54.55 each (incl s&h&HST)
USA: $51.95 each (incl s&h no HST)
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Thames Valley Children's Centre
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779 Base Line Rd E., London, ON N6C 5Y6
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 September 2010 )