"Interesting Variation on Traditional Handwriting Paper"
Dennis & Veronica
(Sunshine, MD USA)
These sheets are very useful for our young elementary school child. They help with ascending and descending letters as well getting used to how to space between letters and words. The only issue I have with them, which is unavoidable given the design, is that not all letters should be the same width. "W" for instance is much wider than a lowercase "i" or "n". When you're writing one letter in every box, the forced kerning is visually jarring. I don't know a good answer for that except for using traditional handwriting paper, but then you're dealing with poor spacing again. All-in-all, I think this is a great product that is helpful to teach a number of things, but eventually the child should graduate to a less restrictive template.