1. Writing stroke order
⑴ One completed:
①C,G,J,L,O,S,V,W,Z 9 capital letters
②a,b,c,d,e,g,h,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,u,v,w,y,z 21 lowercase letters.
①B, D, K, M, P, Q, R, T, U, X, Y and other 11 capital letters
②F, i, j, t, x and other 5 lowercase letters.
⑶ The three completed:
A, E, F, H, I, N and other 6 capital letters.
2. Writing specifications
⑴The two grids occupying the upper and middle are:
①26 capital letters
② 7 lowercase letters such as b, d, h, i, k, l, t.
⑵The ones in the middle are:
a,c,e,m,n,o,r,s,u,v,w,x,z and other 13 lowercase letters.
(3) Those occupying the middle and lower grids are:
3 writing letters such as g, q, and y.
⑷Occupy the three grids:
3 lowercase letters such as f, j, and p.
1. The letters written in italics are slightly inclined to the right, with the same slope.
2. The uppercase letters are all the same height, not top of the first line.
3. Lowercase letters b, d, h, k, and the first line at the top
4. The upper ends of i and t are in the middle of the first grid
5. The lower end of g, q, y reaches the fourth line
6. The upper ends of j and p are in the middle of the first grid
7. f is higher than j, p, as high as or slightly lower than capital letters, and their lower ends reach the fourth line.
3. Memory method
1. Use ballads to distinguish fonts:
When you encounter letters with similar shapes, you can strengthen your memory through ballads.
Such as d and b, “a pair of scissors is divided into two halves, the lower left circle ddd, the lower right circle bbb”;
u and n, “opening up uuu, opening down nnn”;
m and n, “one door is n, the second door is m”.
2. Use ballads to remember the stroke order:
“Capital letters A, E, F, H, lowercase letters f and t, and finally tie the belt.” The meaning of this sentence tells the child that the letters are horizontal, such as “A, E, F, H, f, t” Wait, the one in the middle is like a belt, you have to write it last.
“Lowercase letters i and j, wear a small hat when you go out.” Lowercase letters such as “i, j”, etc., the point on top is like a small hat, and you must write it last.
3. Use familiar things skillfully:
The letter “E” is like a building. The outer wall must be built before the roof can be built, so you must write the vertical fold first, and then the two horizontal.
The letter “F” is like a flag. Explain: “To insert the flag of F firmly, you must first write the flagpole upright, first write it upright.”
The origin of the English alphabet → the illustration shows A-bull head B-house, beak C, G-corner D-door E-person holding hands F-sand H-lotus I-hand K-emperor L-whip M- Water or wave N-nose O-round thing P-mouth Q, R-human head S-sun, sand dune T-cross V-dragon X-cross Z-lightning