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The Complete Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids: Laugh, Learn, and Practice the Alphabet with Silly Jokes Paperback – April 30 2019
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Fun exercises to practice perfect penmanship for kids ages 7 to 12
Schools might not teach cursive anymore, but you still can. The Complete Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids will have kids ages 7+ writing cursive in no time. Detailed letter guides―with plenty of space to practice―help children learn their letters, while silly jokes and illustrated pages make it fun for them to write.
The Complete Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids teaches:
- Hilarious handwriting―This cursive handwriting workbook for kids encourages young writers to learn with fun jokes that they’ll love to practice writing again and again.
- A-B-C as easy as 1-2-3―Easy-to-follow guides feature numbered arrows that show stroke order and direction, making it simple for kids to learn.
- Putting it together―Teach your child to master cursive with lessons on connecting letters to make complete words and sentences.
Make learning cursive fun with The Complete Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids.
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“As a pediatric occupational therapist, I work with a wide variety of students who are unable to write in print, but are very successful with writing in cursive as writing in cursive activates a different part of our brains. Crystal Radke’s The Complete Cursive Handwriting Workbook For Kids is a vital, essential, and beautifully done tool. I will be using it consistently in my daily sessions working with students.”―Samantha Adkins, Registered Occupational Therapist, OTR
"As a mother of five, I was disappointed when our local public school system chose to eliminate cursive handwriting from the curriculum. There are so many benefits to teaching our children the cursive, from teaching fine motor skills and patience to developing a strong worth ethic. Thankfully, Crystal Radke fills in the gap and offers a fun, creative tool for teaching our children the necessary life skill of writing in cursive. My 11-year-old daughter loved the vibrant colors and cute jokes throughout the book. I give The Complete Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids an A+."―Elizabeth Oates, author, speaker, and founder of Collab Conference for Writers
”Wow! Crystal Radke takes the task of learning cursive handwriting and turns it into a fun and creative exercise for kids. The practice lessons in the second half of the book with jokes is quite humorous and, most importantly, effective!”―Tammy Schulte, mother and educator specializing in dyslexia
About the Author
CRYSTAL RADKE is an educator, speaker, writer, and mother. Her personal mission is to help children learn and grow. She runs a consulting business where she mentors educators and promotes professional development.
- Publisher : Zephyros Press (April 30 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 84 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1641524073
- ISBN-13 : 978-1641524070
- Item weight : 249 g
- Dimensions : 20.32 x 0.79 x 25.4 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #70,042 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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In capital letter cursive writing, there is no capital letter of A, M and N. Just a second letter of A, M and N.
I think this mistake someone notice or not I don't know.
So, i am going to return this book.
The book starts with letters of the alphabet, both upper and lower case, then moves onto full words up to nine letters. The end of the book has some jokes to copy.
The first dotted outline of the letter is numbered to show the correct sequence to create the letters. Then they just trace over the dots.
The book states its aimed at seven plus. Our five year old could manage the single letters as these letters are much larger, but most of the book is for an older age group.
Well made, although the printing is quite heavy. This is a problem with the longer words, especially as the first example has arrows numbers and dots, being quite small they are not very clear and difficult to read.
There appears to be different forms of cursive writing so make sure the book you buy matches what they are actually being taught at school or other books you have.
There are better and clearer cursive writing books available.