Classically Cursive Shorter Catechism Book 3 (color ed.)
Designed for 3rd graders, students can continue to develop their skill in cursive writing by copying the Shorter Catechism. Beginning with "What is the chief end of man" and ending with "What does the conclusion of the Lord’s Prayer teach us?", this easy-to-use book will give your student the practice they need to be successful in cursive as well as ingrain truth in hearts and minds for decades to come.
Classically Cursive: Shorter Catechism is book 3 in a series of 4.
This Veritas Press modern cursive program focuses students on God as they cultivate good handwriting skills. Book 1 in this series quickly reviews modern manuscript before introducing the lowercase modern cursive letters one at a time. Numbers and arrows indicate the correct strokes for forming each letter, and children practice tracing over gray letters before writing letters on their own. The rest of each page encourages students to form a series of that letter connected together and practice small given words. The cursive capital alphabet is then introduced and practiced before students end by neatly copying the books of the Bible and several verses on the lined pages which follow. Book 2 provides a complete review of the skills learned in the first, with pages again devoted to each uppercase and lowercase letter and more practice with small words and connecting a series of the same letter. At the end of this book, students carefully copy the Ten Commandments. The last two books in the series offer continued reinforcement through copying a series of passages on smaller ruled lines in the third and lines with no rule in the fourth. The passages in Book 3 are from the Westminster Shorter Catechism, and those in Book 4 concentrate on the attributes of God with content taken from the Bible (New King James version) and hymns. - Steph
These materials span grades and include both instruction and practice.
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