The first twelve pages give the student practice at writing each letter of the Greek alphabet, upper and lower case. There are two Greek letters per practice page. An example of the first page is shown above, on the left. The sigma page has the student practice the upper and lower case sigma as well as the terminal sigma. The final twenty-four pages give practice with each letter of the Greek alphabet again, one letter per page. Each page has six lines of practice: the first two and last two are practice writing the upper and lower case of each Greek letter. The center two are for the student to practice writing the name of the Greek letter. One line is for writing the name of the Greek letter in Greek, and the other is for writing the name of the Greek letter in English script. An example of these last twenty-four pages is shown above, on the right.
These pages have the advantage of giving numbered arrows to show the student exactly how to write each Greek letter. If you are looking for Greek letter practice, these are good pages. It is assumed that the younger student will complete half of a page daily, giving a total of 72 school days of Greek letter practice.
These pages are not intended to teach the Greek alphabet to a student. Instead, the student should learn the Greek alphabet, and then use these pages as reinforcement and writing practice. To dowload these free Greek letter practice pages, click here.
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