How to write o
This is an orange. You do a c for caterpillar and then go all the way round the orange.
"All around the orange."
How to write g
This is a girl. "Round her face, up, down her hair and give her a curl."
How to write p
This is a pirate with a long plait in his hair.
"Down the pirate's plait, up and round his face."
How to write n
"Down Nobby and over is net."
You start at the top, go up and over.
How to write i
This is an insect "Line for a body and dot for his head."
How to write t
This is a tower so you go "Down the tower, across the tower."
How to write d
This is a picture of a dinosaur so you go "Round his bottom, up his tall neck and down to his feet."
How to write s
"Slither down the snake."
Start with a c for caterpillar and then go the other way.
How to write a
The rhyme we say is "Round the apple and down the leaf."
You start by doing a c for caterpillar and then go up and down...and don't forget your little flick.
how to write m
The rhyme we say is "Maisie, Mountain Mountain"
It starts at the top and goes down Maisie and then up and over the mountain, up and over the mountain.