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Improving How to Handwrite Numbers

0  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9

There are only a few variations of number font styles used in schools in relation to written, mathematical and scientific work.  

The refiner’s stage is about developing a more consistently proportioned number form and size as well as correctly placing the numbers on the writing lines and in relation to one another.

The animations are colour coded still, however the picture clues have been removed and coloured guide lines have been introduced. The “Colour Handwriting Worksheets” have the same colour coding as the animations while the “Plain Handwriting Worksheets” only have colour coded blocks at the beginning of the lines and the coloured guide lines. Both have a range of line widths, which reduces to a size that would be considered the smallest desirable handwriting size.

Improving number 0 animation Improving number 1 animation Improving number 2 animation Improving number 3 animation Improving number 4 animation Improving number 5 animation Improving number 6 animation Improving number 7 animation Improving number 8 animation Improving number 9 animation Improving number 1 animation version 2 Improving number 1 animation version 3 Improving number 4 animation version 2 Improving european number 7 animation Improving european number 9 animation

Click on a number to watch the “how to form” animations.

Colour worksheets Lined worksheets

Other number formation options available on the website but not part of  the Teach Handwriting Scheme.

Colour worksheets Lined worksheets