As I mentioned, Anna is really interested in letter forming, and from time to time she goes to her shelf in the kitchen and pulls out her Priddy Wipe Clean books. She has several of them (all presents from my parents), and her favorite was always Things That Go, because they have several “Connect-the-Dots” activities. Lately her interest shifted to Learn to Write Your Letters. When she is in the mood, she can spend good 20 minutes drawing letters. What I like about this book is that both lower-case and upper-case letters are presented on the same page, together with a few words that start with this letter, and the book is infinitely reusable. Somehow Anna never liked drawing on page protectors, probably because they are not entirely smooth, and laminating everything can get expensive. I am still contemplating Kumon books of letters eventually, but Wipe Clean Books together with handwriting exercises here seems to work well for our prewriting efforts right now.