We have used and loved the copybook readers for years. I was just printing off copywork for the upcoming school year and I was wondering why, for beginning writing are there not dashed lines in the middle to help young learners where to start/stop the smaller letters (the ‘n’ stops at the middle line). I know everything you do is VERY thought out and I’m assuming there is a reason for omitting it, as many other places that offer copywork do include the dashed lines.
Are you referring to the Child’s Copybook Readers? If so, the first volume has the middle line for the beginning exercises. As your child works through the three volumes, the different lines are removed. The middle line is removed first, then, eventually, the top line. The goal is to move the child from needing all three lines to being able to write on the bottom line without the top and middle lines as guides.
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