Topic | Choosing handwriting curriculum – please help.

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  • Katrina in AK
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    For the last several years, we have been languishing in copywork and handwriting instruction. My almost 9 year old boy, who has great fine motor ability, still writes in all caps, and it is time for a change. I would like to transition into SCM’s D’Nelian handwriting books, but I am not sure where to start. Delightful Handwriting? Copybook Readers? I have an almost 7 year old boy behind him who will do Delightful Handwriting, too. My concern with doing DH with the elder is that he won’t want to be doing what his little brother is doing. Any thoughts or suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    Kalle
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    If you are interested in cursive you could try cheerful cursive or pentime book 2. Pentime 2 transitions from manuscript to cursive.

    Wings2fly
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    We are liking Handwriting Without Tears for letter instruction (yes, there were tears before we made this switch).  Copywork is done after that.

    Katrina in AK
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    Thanks for the ideas. I think I would like to stick with SCM handwriting for now.

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