Preventing Academic Failure (PAF) Handwriting Program for Numerals
The Preventing Academic Failure (PAF) Handwriting Program can be used in conjunction with the PAF curriculum or independently as a classroom penmanship program. The techniques were designed to accommodate all students including those with graphomotor weaknesses and are derived from the latest research on how children learn to write. Four workbooks are available (print, numerals, cursive righthanded and cursive lefthanded), each accompanied by a detailed instruction book.
The Handwriting Program for Numerals workbook provides large models for tracing that allow students to use arm muscles to learn numbers. Small models are provided on 1 1/2inch lined practice paper to facilitate the transition to regular writing paper.
Additional information about the PAF program, including a schedule of workshops and courses, is available at www.pafprogram.com.
Features
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Both large and small models to be traced and copied. Large models exaggerate the differences between numerals (like 6 and 9) 
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Strategies for eliminating number reversals 
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Activities for developing number sense and basic counting skills 

About
PAF Series: This program helps all students succeed with handwriting. This remarkable program is designed to help all students – including those with graphomotor weaknesses – write easily and legibly.