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Cursive Handwriting Workbook Review

*Disclosure: I received this product for review. All views and opinions expressed are my honest 100% opinion.

     I received this Cursive Handwriting Workbook to review and to share my honest opinion 
about it.  This beautiful and simple 8" 1/2 x 11" workbook is intended for the young cursive 
learner in grades 2-3. The book has a table of contents and it also shows ways for a student 
to hold a pencil properly for writing comfortably.  It is pretty easy to follow and provides 
students with handwriting exercises that begin with the letters of the alphabet in cursive.
The workbook also provides cursive sentences for the student to practice, which is certainly
helpful as they learn to connect letters and form sentences. This provides a great opportunity
for learning how to read in cursive.

     Each letter is introduced with arrows guiding the student as to where to begin and end the
curved letter. The students practice by tracing over the letters and then they write it on their own.

     After the students learn to form the letters correctly, they write numbers and the names of
numbers.  As the young learner progresses to smaller sized letters, they then write the days
of the week and the months of the year. Students will find this cursive handwriting workbook
fun as it has 26 coloring pages with cursive handwriting practice, one for each
letter of the alphabet; a great reward after they are done with their cursive sentences.

     They are also given pages to draw with practice cursive letters. Toward the end of the book,
there are extra lines for either extra practice, or for providing the opportunity for them to write
their own sentences or little stories.

     I am currently helping my son learn and perfect his cursive handwriting skills. He has
improved his cursive writing a great deal. I can honestly say that with practice, he has
achieved beautiful cursive handwriting and he can read cursive as well, which I find to
be important.

     This is a great workbook for children to practice without overworking them. I would
recommend this book to any student looking to learn to write cursive.  It is simple, easy
and encouraging for those who wish to learn or improve their cursive handwriting skills.
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