Italic Wall Chart - Cursive

Italic Wall Chart - Cursive

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Item #: 010888
ISBN: 9780876781043
Grades: 3-6

Category Description for Italic Handwriting (Getty-Dubay):

Mom's horrible handwriting inspired us to use an italic handwriting program with our kids. It's difficult not to produce at least legible writing in Italics. Another plus is that manuscript flows into cursive - letters don't completely change, they just join. Not only does this seem sensible to us, but the many compliments the children have received on their handwriting have further encouraged us in this approach. (Children begin moving into cursive writing in Level C.) The last level gets into calligraphy toward the end. From there, follow up with a good calligraphy book for Jr. High/High School and continue handwriting as an art form! Instruction Manual applies to all levels.




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Primary Subject
Handwriting
Grade Start
3
Grade End
6
ISBN
9780876781043
Format
Wallchart
Brand Name
Continuing Education Press
Weight
0.875 (lbs.)
Dimensions
19.5" x 11.0" x 0.25"
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I have wanted to teach Getty-Dubay italic handwriting to my special needs students for quite some time.
Claire R on Mar 2, 2017
I have wanted to teach Getty-Dubay italic handwriting to my special needs students for quite some time.
Claire R on Mar 2, 2017
I just needed something to help ME remember how to join all the cursive italic letters as I write copywork pages using Bible passages or poetry or catechism question/answers for my children. I know how I write but I forget the "proper" way to make the capital letters and how to join. This way it'll be on the wall (the old one got moved & lost) where we can all see it.
Matthew L on Nov 3, 2016
I just needed something to help ME remember how to join all the cursive italic letters as I write copywork pages using Bible passages or poetry or catechism question/answers for my children. I know how I write but I forget the "proper" way to make the capital letters and how to join. This way it'll be on the wall (the old one got moved & lost) where we can all see it.
Matthew L on Nov 3, 2016
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The wall chart itself is wonderful...for a large classroom. I didn't understand what I was ordering. Years ago I had a small wall chart--larger than a desk strip, but only one page, laminated, and kept it hung on the wall under our number chart. You could read the letters from the table, but it only took up about 4x18 inches or something (I'm guessing from memory). This wall chart is several large pieces that a classroom teacher would hang at the top of a couple of walls. The desk strip I ordered to replace the wall chart is very small--we'll have to use it right next to our paper. I am disappointed because I couldn't find the middle size chart I bought before.
December 13, 2016
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over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
The wall chart consists of an eleven card set each one 8 x 19 inches It is just like the ones that used to line the whole classroom back in grammar school A useful nostalgic idea sure but not really size-appropriate for any home school setting I've seen Certainly too big for our house What I really wanted was a sort of poster-sized chart so I had to change my plans a bit and used the little desk strips for a visual reference as the children learned Getty-Dubay cursive On the other hand the "basic print" wall chart set could be great for tactile/visual learners that need to trace the letters with their fingers before writing them on paper
March 19, 2011


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