This writing workbook focuses on print-writing uppercase and lowercase letters, words, and short phrases. The three traditional horizontal lines are included as a guide - solid top and bottom lines plus a dashed middle line help students master the relative heights of the letters, and to write across the page in straight lines. This workbook begins with practice writing uppercase and lowercase letters. Students first trace the letters and then try to write them on their own on a new line. This workbook concludes with practice writing silly words like "rhinophant" and silly phrases like "banana taco." Since kids using this workbook are at the basic level where they are practicing their printing skills, many will not be able to read the words and phrases on their own. So they may need to work with a parent or teacher in order to know that they are writing silly thing like "bug eye syrup," and might need to be told that a "jagoat" is part jaguar and part goat (and that a jaguar is a big cat), for example. They will appreciate this opportunity for interactive learning, and may learn a few new words or ideas in addition to how to write letters. Exercises like these help to make learning fun, whether in the classroom or at home. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these letters, words, and silly phrases.