And regular handwriting.
I seem to remember seeing a "whiteboard" type of thing at Wal-Mart or Office Depot, with the lines and so on, where a person could write and erase to their heart's content.
Oh, and try a local teacher's supply store. They usually have scads of books and ideas.
donnayoung.org also has lots of handwriting practice pages. Many different types.
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