The following web pages contain activities, resources, exercises and worksheets that will help improve the calligraphy of Infant and Primary students.

Resources To Improve Calligraphy

What primary activities do you usually carry out in the classroom so that your students acquire beautiful and legible handwriting?

Resources To Improve Calligraphy


Developed by the Junta de Andalucía, this interactive application has audio support for learning to read and write vowels. It offers computer and printable activities with specific cards to improve vowel writing.


This multimedia application is designed for auditory and visual discrimination of phonemes and graphemes in Infant School students. It has 6 games for each phoneme: the first three for auditory discrimination, the fourth for visual discrimination, the fifth for the graphs and the last one for upper-case letters.


The ALE robot guides students through this interactive game. With content that helps reading and writing (spelling, reading, writing or vocabulary), the main character will help any child in Infant School who needs to improve in all these concepts.

Reading speed test

The best way to discover the reading speed of any student online. Despite its simple interface it more than meets your objectives and determines the level with an easy test that takes less than 5 minutes.

Calligraphy exercises for printing

Calligraphies with each of the vowels individually and/or forming words (two-line pattern), groups of calligraphies formed by the letters of the alphabet, lower case and capital letters in the same calligraphy to compare and differentiate, simple phrases in a two-line pattern to make repetitions and improve the written phrase in each line, riddle calligraphies… These are some of the cards you can find in the Drawing Colors page.

Calligraphy and graphomotricity exercise generators

It will help if you are looking for a generator of ruled sheets for your students to practice their calligraphy in different grid sizes, as well as calligraphy sheet generators from their own texts. In addition to these two generators, there are four more: calligraphy sheet generator of numbers to write with letters, of numbers from numbers written in letters, calligraphy exercises and English sheet generator.

Exercises to improve handwriting through stories

The titles available at this link are The Prince and the Beggar, and The Cicada and the Ant. The students have to read and copy the sentences of the story that appear in each of its pages following the calligraphy that is represented. This method can also help to awaken their interest in books and reading.

Calligraphy and spelling exercises

They are on the teacher’s website and are recommended for 5th grade students. Before going on to practice, their author (María del Carmen Ruiz), suggests ten tips to reinforce reading and writing. The cards she proposes are divided into two sections. On the one hand, those that serve to work on double direct syllables; on the other, direct and inverse syllables. There are also proposals for the simple and double R, the letter m before the b and p, and the interleaved H.

Preschool-Elementary Calligraphy Notebook

This booklet is made up of a total of 26 pages, each of which focuses on a letter of the alphabet. In turn, each of these cards contains several sentences for students to write correctly. In these sentences, some words are accented and the exclamation point, question mark and period are also included.

Tips to improve children’s handwriting

In this article, the educator Jesús Jarque García elaborates a decalogue with some useful recommendations. He not only talks about the need for exercises, but also for students to maintain a proper posture, to work on the turns that are made when writing properly, to check that they can read a text they have just written by themselves…

PDF Calligraphy Resources For Home

Printable Activities for Learning to Write the Alphabet

The collection of cards offered by this proposal is very complete and for the Infant School students it is of great help: there are sheets with animals, calligraphy and colouring posters, mini-books, capital and small letters, or cut-out crafts.

Calligraphy workshop

This is a PDF document aimed at students in the first cycle of primary school. It contains 30 cards with calligraphy exercises that combine words and pictograms that the students must identify. Calligraphy workshop works with the following paulas: simple, Montessori and grid.

Calligraphy file

In the site Orientation Andújar a compilation of different spaces of interest to work on calligraphy has been included. This is the case of a complete notebook-workshop with pictograms or the title The adventures of Lías y Grafos. There are also cards centred on all the letters of the alphabet.

Stories in calligraphy

Stories in calligraphy are an interesting alternative, not only because children improve their handwriting but also because -as this page points out- they are also useful to awaken their interest in reading. Once they have finished the activity, another possible option is to make a summary of the text they have read and written.

Templates for learning to write

It proposes four types of cards depending on the content you want to treat. In the first group there are the small letters (one card for each letter of the alphabet); in the second the capital letters; in the third the numbers from zero to nine; and in the fourth different words. Each of these dates includes pictures to color.

Calligraphy exercises for left-handed children

This resource can be found on the website La Caligrafía and there is an article dedicated to the calligraphy of left-handed students. It suggests how to take the pencil or place the hand when writing, and also goes into the order to follow when tracing the different letters. Finally, there are two practical exercises.

Introductory writing exercises for children

Thanks to the development of graphomotor skills, people reach sufficient and necessary dexterity for the improvement of written signs. Why not apply it with exercises for the improvement of writing? The activities proposed here are focused on activities with oblique, spiral, loop, cross or combined strokes, among other options.


It offers in its calligraphy section 22 cards to reinforce the writing of the youngest. With them it is possible to review all the letters of the alphabet. You only have to click on the one you want to do and the download link will appear on the screen to be able to print it later.

Of Calligraphy

This website incorporates downloadable cards with exercises to improve calligraphy in different ways. For example, ‘Basics’ has activities to learn how to correctly write vowels, consonants and numbers in large print. Syllables’ will teach the students to write the main syllables by joining the letters that make them up and ‘Words’ has cards to work on the main names of fruits, tools, trees, flowers and animals. There are also exercises for writing sentences.

Family and school

On this website we find different resources for children to learn or improve their writing. It has templates to improve strokes, tips to improve handwriting, templates to write without twisting, reinforcement exercises…

Teacher’s Corner

In the activities section of the Language category of the website we find a wide catalogue of calligraphy reinforcement sheets. It provides cards to practice writing all the letters and complex sentences.


In this portal you will find many printable cards in PDF format so that children can improve their calligraphy in a fun way. With them they can practice writing both single letters and complete sentences.


Has a multitude of activities to reinforce all aspects of writing or language. It has printable cards with which to reinforce content with exercises such as differentiating the words that form a sentence, alphabetical order, completing sentences or reviewing the letters among many other possibilities.


The traditional Rubio notebooks that accompanied so many children in their calligraphy tasks, have not remained anchored in the paper and have their own application for smartphones and tablets. With iCuadernos, available for both Android and iOS, writing can be reviewed from mobile devices. In addition to writing, the application also features math related activities.

Calligraphy workshop

This is a PDF document aimed at students in the first cycle of primary school. It contains 30 cards with calligraphy exercises that combine words and pictograms that the students must identify. Calligraphy workshop works with the following paulas: simple, Montessori and grid.

Calligraphy for Primary School Students

Calligraphy of the letters g, p and the number 6, calligraphy and graphomotricity for Primary, exercises for Infants, calligraphy cards in grid and dotted, alphabet calligraphy… These are some of the proposals provided by this portal, as well as a generator of Montesorri calligraphy cards, grid and simple line to create PDF format exercise sheets that students can do both in class and at home.

Calligraphy generator

In the Therapeutic Pedagogy and Hearing and Language site we find this online generator of calligraphy activities that improves the graphic-motor process and the oculo-manual ability of the students. How does it work? The base is a form that allows the elaboration of exercise sheets of up to 10,000 characters in PDF format. Teachers can choose the font (dotted or normal), the type of pattern and the number of lines to include per page. There is an option to add a title and a footer.

How to help a child improve handwriting or calligraphy

From hand activities to finger painting to writing on the air. These are some of the recommendations given in this web space which also suggests writing words on the back so that the other person can guess them and develop fine psychomotor skills by helping them hold the pencil properly and improve their dexterity, manual control and hand-eye coordination.

Grammatisation sheets

In this link, 30 cards have been included for the Infant and Primary students to work on graphomotor skills: some propose to limit spaces, others to develop vertical, horizontal, curved, oblique strokes… Likewise, some of these cards combine different types of strokes that the students will have to solve with skill.

Edelvives booklets

The aim of these notebooks is to improve fine motor skills, as well as the linearity of writing in a progressive and very fun way. This is a series of books adapted to all levels: you advance from the syllables to the letters and words, to finish with simple sentences. They are available in a guideline and a grid version.

The Learning Corner

This website offers a lot of resources for teachers. Among them, there is a section specially dedicated to calligraphy where it is possible to find free downloadable templates, tricks to get children to have good handwriting or generators of calligraphy and graphomotor exercises.

Calligraphy Notebooks SM

Pencil sharpener’, ‘Con Buena Letra’ or the series ‘Qué Ocurrencias’ are just some of the titles that SM has included in its collection of notebooks to improve calligraphy. Each title is adapted to a different level, ranging from the simplest strokes to texts of varying difficulty – a fun way to brush up while having fun!


This application is a calligraphy booklet generator that allows you to create a personalized booklet totally adapted to the needs of each child. All you have to do is enter the phrase you want the child to repeat, the size of the letter and choose whether or not his or her name should appear. A PDF document will be automatically generated and downloaded with the booklet ready.

Santillana Summers

The publishing house has designed a collection exclusively thought to improve the calligraphy of the youngest, respecting the different levels according to their age. The collection is made up of eight notebooks in a pattern and grid whose objective is to practice writing and improve legibility.

Funny writing booklet

The teacher and monologist “El Hematocrítico” has created a notebook of writing and calligraphy exercises that presents a variety of activities with different levels of difficulty and with different themes that help the child to have a more legible handwriting and improve his calligraphy.