Handwriting Skills Simplified Level D
No wasted practice time here! Each page has a specific focus, concentrating on pencil position, posture, types of strokes, spacing, legibility and speed. Practice is always targeted, even at the highest level, which includes practice of common word beginnings and endings. Instruction is limited but adequate. Books A and B teach and practice printing. Book C transitions to cursive. And books D, E and F work on refining and maintaining your cursive handwriting. The style is traditional, a simplified Zaner-Bloser method. The print letters have a ball and stick look to them. The cursive has only a slight slant to the right. When it comes to the capital letters, the Q looks like an O, not a 2. 64 pgs.
These materials are mostly practice; any instruction is limited.