Crystal Radke | Author of My First Learn to Write Workbook

Crystal Radke lives in Waco, TX with her husband and four children. Crystal is an educational leader, speaker and writer. After spending time as a classroom teacher, she began her consultant business where she mentors educators by providing inspirational keynotes and powerful professional development. Her degrees in Education and experience as a foster and adoptive mother have made helping children learn and grow a personal mission. She also writes the popular website


My First Learn to Write Workbook: Practice for Kids with Pen Control, Line Tracing, Letters, and More! (Kids coloring activity books) by Crystal Radke


A lifetime of communication skills starts here―the ultimate writing workbook for kids 3 to 5

Set kids up to succeed in school with a learn to write for kids guide that teaches them letters, shapes, and numbers―and makes it fun. My First Learn-to-Write Workbook introduces your early writer to proper pen control, steady line tracing, new words, and more with dozens of exercises that will engage their minds and boost their reading and writing comprehension skills.

This learn to write for kids book includes:

  • Build writing muscles―During these activities, kids will use their pencil to follow paths and draw different shapes, so they build their fine motor skills.
  • Fun and colorful―This learn to write for kids workbook brings the skills to life, with helpful (and silly) pictures and illustrations.
  • Practice makes perfect―While this book isn’t wipeable or erasable, you can keep the writing going with almost 80 full pages worth of practice space.

Get your little one on the right path to reading and writing with this exciting learn to write for kids workbook.

Praise for My First Learn to Write Workbook


“In an era where we are less focused on writing and more focused on typing, Crystal provides a fantastic resource for young children who are learning how to write. This book provides the exercises necessary to get a strong start in letter and number formation and introduces children to shapes, numbers, and letters in a fun and engaging way.”―Melissa Middlebrook, Classical home educator

“I love this book. The format of the book―going from strokes to shapes to letters―is perfect for kids’ development. Parents and teachers alike would benefit from this book to help their children with fine motor skills and handwriting!”―Kaci Hoffer of Mrs. Hoffer’s Spot

“Preschoolers benefit from daily experiences that support the development of fine motor skills in their hands and fingers. Crystal guides you step-by-step through the sequence of pre-writing skills your child needs to be successful.”―Vanessa Levin, Early Childhood Educator and Consultant, and Creator of



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