Cursive Writing Skills for Left/Right Handed Students

These handwriting workbooks are good for younger students just learning cursive, or for an older child who has never learned. Both versions follow the same format: learn grip and paper placement, then get busy training your hand to make the swooping and looping shapes. Author Diana Hanbury King goes about this very simply at first, then groups lower case letters by commonalities. There is plenty of practice space, but no dotted-half-line like other handwriting courses. Each version has a slight slant - right handed to the right and left handed to the left. The letters are traditional and not overly fussy. The capital Q looks like a 2. There is tracing and copying, and even writing with your eyes closed! Numbers are included. First you'll write words, then 3 words, then capital letters, capitalized words and eventually, short sentences. In the back, practice writing names, days of the week, months, dates, abbreviations, greetings and closings for friendly and business letters, holidays, book


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Item # 017573
Grades: 3-12
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Grades: 3-12
Retail: $13.95
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