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Just wanted to give praise for this wonderful book! We are LOVING it! The lessons are short & simple yet, effective and it transitions beautifully. My daughter (7) has even gotten up and done the next lesson independently the last 2 mornings. The only tiny, thing I would change is having at least 1 example of each letter with the little numbered arrows showing the specific direction/flow of the letter. I actually had to figure out f because it was different from the style I learned (or maybe I have done mine wrong all along?). But, we still LOVE it regardless!
What should she do when she is done with this? She is doing a lesson daily so, I imagine she is going to finish the entire book fairly fast at that rate. (She still does print copywork too).Sonya ShaferModerator
Wonderful! So glad she’s enjoying it. And thanks for the feedback.
The next step would be the Hymns in Prose cursive copybook, which slowly transitions her from writing on large lines to notebook paper size lines.
Thank you so much Sonya!JenniferMParticipant
I agree that directions would make this resource more user friendly. I ultimately discontinued it when I was teaching cursive to my first child and replaced it with a resource that taught the formation of each letter prior to practicing it. Print to Proverbs felt more like copywork when I implemented it rather than “learning” cursive which is what I wanted at the time.Michelle BrumgardParticipant
We are loving this resource as well! I second the recommendation of the little arrows on the first letter of the worksheet. Although, I got the eBook and printed it out (Hope of using it again with son) and just have my daughter reference the entire alphabet example each day. I also show her how to trace the example prior to creating her own. We are looking forward to continuing to Hymns in Prose copybook!KaylaParticipant
We will be starting first grade with my daughter this coming school year and she wants to learn cursive.
She already does copy work. We did Handwriting Wothout Tears this year. Would this be a good option for her? Or should I wait another year?
Kayla, of course you know your child best but, I will say, my daughter is 7 and technically considered 1st Grade based on her DOB. And she was definitely ready. Just choose the cursive style closest to the print style she learned.KaylaParticipant
Thanks BlessedMommy! She turns 6 in April, maybe I can start the year (we start in July) with it and stop if she isn’t ready. I can always try again if needed.
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