Sugar Aunts: Handwriting Quick Check Self-Assessment List

Handwriting Quick Check Self-Assessment List

When kids have been introduced to different techniques for beating their handwriting blahs, been provided with accommodations for handwriting difficulties, and even provided with modifications to written work requirements, a quick check can help with legibility.  A child can use this quick check list to self-monitor and self-check their handwriting for neatness.

This activity is part of our month-long handwriting series where we are sharing creative and easy ways to address common handwriting issues in our 30 Easy Quick Fixes for Better Handwriting series.

You'll also want to join the Sweet Ideas for Handwriting Help Facebook group where you can find support and resources for handwriting. 

Handwriting Self-Assessment Checklist

A self-checklist should have questions to monitor letter formation, size, spacing, line awareness, upper case and lower case letter formation/size, letter positioning, speed, neatness, and legibility. 

Print this checklist out for classroom use.  It is available as an 8x 10 inch Free printable here

We also have a poster sized printable version available for 99 cents  in our store

Kids can self-monitor their handwriting with this quick self-checklist for home and in the classroom.


Kids can self-monitor their handwriting with this quick self-checklist for home and in the classroom.


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