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Pictures in Cursive Book A

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Item #: 047728
Grades: 2-3

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Publisher:Queen Homeschool Supplies
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I was responsible for some of those "emphatic customer requests" for these copywork books so it only seems fair that I should add a review of the materials I had a daughter who was very resistant to handwriting practice of any kind--mostly because she has strong perfectionist tendencies and was so upset by every imperfect letter she just couldn't go on I eventually gave up on print feeling we needed to move away from past frustrations and began looking for materials to teach cursive I came across the "Pictures in Cursive" series and was instantly charmed The reproduced paintings are absolutely beautiful and they are combined with copywork sentences that draw the child's attention to details of the artwork they might not otherwise notice For my highly visual daughter the combination was magical--she was intrigued enough by the paintings that she happily copied the sentences without stressing about perfect letter formation These are by far the most elegant handwriting books I have ever seenAs noted the first book is a primer in cursive letter formation Each letter is taught separately and also connected to other letters in words Some students may need more practice in individual letter formation than that provided in this one book My daughter was OK with moving directly on the the next book but we did tear out the page from the primer book that showed the formation of all the letters for her to use as a "cheat sheet" if she needed to be reminded of how to form a letter later onI think these books will work best for children who have a strong visual orientation They are also a wonderful resource for any parent who wants to include picture study in their children's education but has trouble carving out that extra time You may find the books hard to throw away when they have served their handwriting purposes Use them for family picture study frame a page and hang it on the wall use it to inspire your family's artistic endeavors--or just save the copywork book as a lovely addition to your child's homeschool portfolio
May 11, 2011
Beautiful book
Great book for cursive writing. Just wish it had more practice. My DD loved it!
September 26, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
This is a beautiful and painless way to work on your child's handwriting Handwriting was becoming tedious and arduous using conventional workbooks--the lengthy pages were discouraging for my second grade daughter and I was not seeing any improvement For third grade I decided to try something different and came across this program Copying only one sentence a day her handwriting has improved more in these first months of school than all of last year She also loves the beautiful artwork and has been inspired to begin drawing and painting on her own This program is a little more expensive than most handwriting programs so we are copying the work on separate pages so that my son will be able to use the books too This is truly a 'handwriting without tears' in fact it produces smiles appreciation for art and beautiful handwriting
November 15, 2010
We have really loved Sandi Queen's Pictures in Cursive for our handwriting We love the beautiful artwork ease of use and simple but meaningful work Handwriting with Pictures in Cursive really is gentle program My girls never felt overwhelmed by their assignments The beautiful artwork really inspired my daughters They loved looking at the pictures and doing their handwriting In Book A they needed very little guidance from me Our daily writing only takes about 10 minutes a day The books are a little expensive but we have really have enjoyed themenough so that we have used all of Sandi Queen's Pictures in Cursive books The artwork that they are exposed to in their daily writing has inspired some trips to local museums and our library
May 27, 2014
My daughters can't wait to start the next book!
My daughters, now ages 9 & 10, started the primer last year. My older girl was reluctant in writing cursive up until that point, but the book changed that. My daughters both grab their books first thing every morning and write a lesson, without being asked. In the beginning I wrote on a dry erase board right before they did so they could watch the flow of writing. Part way through they started writing on their own. It's given them the courage to write cursive in other places too. We also enjoy having art discussions about each new picture.

We are now ordering the A book because they've asked for it! :)
September 13, 2016
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
My boys want to learn cursive, and this incorporates picture study, which we lack.
Cheryl T on Nov 25, 2016
I like that my children are learning to read and write cursive as well as seeing prints of beautiful art pieces.
Eva D on Apr 18, 2016
My boys want to learn cursive, and this incorporates picture study, which we lack.
Cheryl T on Nov 25, 2016
Visually appealing and looks like a good way to practice cursive while learning about art.
Karen D on Apr 19, 2016
I like that my children are learning to read and write cursive as well as seeing prints of beautiful art pieces.
Eva D on Apr 18, 2016
*love* books that incorporate art; makes the handwriting so much more meaningful, too, instead of seeming-random sentences
Jaime B on Apr 11, 2016
My daughter loved the Primer, so we're sticking with the series.
Hannah C on Nov 3, 2015
Visually appealing and looks like a good way to practice cursive while learning about art.
Karen D on Apr 19, 2016
*love* books that incorporate art; makes the handwriting so much more meaningful, too, instead of seeming-random sentences
Jaime B on Apr 11, 2016
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    I was responsible for some of those "emphatic customer requests" for these copywork books so it only seems fair that I should add a review of the materials I had a daughter who was very resistant to handwriting practice of any kind--mostly because she has strong perfectionist tendencies and was so upset by every imperfect letter she just couldn't go on I eventually gave up on print feeling we needed to move away from past frustrations and began looking for materials to teach cursive I came across the "Pictures in Cursive" series and was instantly charmed The reproduced paintings are absolutely beautiful and they are combined with copywork sentences that draw the child's attention to details of the artwork they might not otherwise notice For my highly visual daughter the combination was magical--she was intrigued enough by the paintings that she happily copied the sentences without stressing about perfect letter formation These are by far the most elegant handwriting books I have ever seenAs noted the first book is a primer in cursive letter formation Each letter is taught separately and also connected to other letters in words Some students may need more practice in individual letter formation than that provided in this one book My daughter was OK with moving directly on the the next book but we did tear out the page from the primer book that showed the formation of all the letters for her to use as a "cheat sheet" if she needed to be reminded of how to form a letter later onI think these books will work best for children who have a strong visual orientation They are also a wonderful resource for any parent who wants to include picture study in their children's education but has trouble carving out that extra time You may find the books hard to throw away when they have served their handwriting purposes Use them for family picture study frame a page and hang it on the wall use it to inspire your family's artistic endeavors--or just save the copywork book as a lovely addition to your child's homeschool portfolio
    May 11, 2011
    Beautiful book
    Great book for cursive writing. Just wish it had more practice. My DD loved it!
    September 26, 2016
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    This is a beautiful and painless way to work on your child's handwriting Handwriting was becoming tedious and arduous using conventional workbooks--the lengthy pages were discouraging for my second grade daughter and I was not seeing any improvement For third grade I decided to try something different and came across this program Copying only one sentence a day her handwriting has improved more in these first months of school than all of last year She also loves the beautiful artwork and has been inspired to begin drawing and painting on her own This program is a little more expensive than most handwriting programs so we are copying the work on separate pages so that my son will be able to use the books too This is truly a 'handwriting without tears' in fact it produces smiles appreciation for art and beautiful handwriting
    November 15, 2010
    We have really loved Sandi Queen's Pictures in Cursive for our handwriting We love the beautiful artwork ease of use and simple but meaningful work Handwriting with Pictures in Cursive really is gentle program My girls never felt overwhelmed by their assignments The beautiful artwork really inspired my daughters They loved looking at the pictures and doing their handwriting In Book A they needed very little guidance from me Our daily writing only takes about 10 minutes a day The books are a little expensive but we have really have enjoyed themenough so that we have used all of Sandi Queen's Pictures in Cursive books The artwork that they are exposed to in their daily writing has inspired some trips to local museums and our library
    May 27, 2014
    My daughters can't wait to start the next book!
    My daughters, now ages 9 & 10, started the primer last year. My older girl was reluctant in writing cursive up until that point, but the book changed that. My daughters both grab their books first thing every morning and write a lesson, without being asked. In the beginning I wrote on a dry erase board right before they did so they could watch the flow of writing. Part way through they started writing on their own. It's given them the courage to write cursive in other places too. We also enjoy having art discussions about each new picture.

    We are now ordering the A book because they've asked for it! :)
    September 13, 2016
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    My boys want to learn cursive, and this incorporates picture study, which we lack.
    Cheryl T on Nov 25, 2016
    I like that my children are learning to read and write cursive as well as seeing prints of beautiful art pieces.
    Eva D on Apr 18, 2016
    My boys want to learn cursive, and this incorporates picture study, which we lack.
    Cheryl T on Nov 25, 2016
    Visually appealing and looks like a good way to practice cursive while learning about art.
    Karen D on Apr 19, 2016
    I like that my children are learning to read and write cursive as well as seeing prints of beautiful art pieces.
    Eva D on Apr 18, 2016
    *love* books that incorporate art; makes the handwriting so much more meaningful, too, instead of seeming-random sentences
    Jaime B on Apr 11, 2016
    My daughter loved the Primer, so we're sticking with the series.
    Hannah C on Nov 3, 2015
    Visually appealing and looks like a good way to practice cursive while learning about art.
    Karen D on Apr 19, 2016
    *love* books that incorporate art; makes the handwriting so much more meaningful, too, instead of seeming-random sentences
    Jaime B on Apr 11, 2016
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