Hello there folks! I am trying to make my own copywork pages. I love what SCM has to offer, but sometimes it would be nice to make my own that I know are of interest to my daughter.
I have been trying to use Microsoft Word, but I’m having trouble getting the words to go below the line, such as the “y”. I am wondering whether I will have more success on Publisher.
I don’t want to use a program online, as I would like to add other things to the pages at home, and I also don’t want their large logos all over our sheets. I want this to look nice in a copywork journal.
Any suggestions? I would think there is a font package out there, but I’m not sure where to find one. And I am hoping to eventually use a single underline, rather than the 2 outer lines with third dotted line in between.
Help?! Thoughts? Thank you.
I second StartWrite! I’ve had mine for several years and it’s easy, has a ton of handwriting fonts, you can change the line/letter size for different ages, and do a ton of other things.mommamarthaParticipant
MY DD 11, wanted to memorize a chapter in the Bible and my DH and I told her if she memorizes it she can get a horse, as we live next door to my parents farm. She is memorizing Exodus Ch. 16 and we started the year as her cursive copywork. A public school teacher friend gave me her throw away large lined cursive practice paper. Everday she has a continuation of copywork and I write the paper for her to copy. She has most of it memorized! It is labor intensive for me, but I have also memorized some of it too! Hope this gives you an idea of two! Blessings, Martha
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