Westminster Catechism Copybooks
Copywork should multi-task, dont you think? These books provide the opportunity to review and learn the Westminster Catechism as students practice their handwriting. For those unfamiliar with the WC, its a series of questions and answers that outline the major teachings of the Bible. For instance, "What is forbidden in the Ninth Commandment?" or the more familiar first question: "What is the chief end of man?" And answer: "Mans chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy him forever."
The copywork books are available in four different handwriting styles DNealian, Handwriting Without Tears, Italic, and Traditional. There are three books for each style Cursive with Narrow Lines (5/16"), Cursive with Ruled Lines (7/16" with dotted middle line), and Manuscript (7/16" lines with dotted middle). Books have close to 200 pages (Narrow Lines book is 130+ pgs.) to accommodate the 107 questions of the Catechism. ~ Janice