Cursive Handwriting Worksheets

Cursive handwriting worksheets to help improve your handwriting.

131 thoughts on “Cursive Handwriting Worksheets”

  1. Unless you practice something, you cannot perfect the art of that subject. So true for handwriting as well. This is a book that will teach you the art of mastering a style that is fast and legible.

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  2. The book is good, and I think that it will help my son. But the book is printed upside down and backwards. The top of the pages are cut off.

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  3. She is doing really well with the breakdown of how to write each letter! However it’s not a whole lot on sentence structures. She loves the coloring places on each page it makes her more into it. She has ADHD so if she’s not into something even the slightest it’s a battle to get through it. She already has learned basic cursive, I wanted this to more fine tune her skills. Great for beginners.

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  4. I love this book. The only disappointing thing is I can't find one I like just as good for my boy. We homeschool with Logic of English curriculum. Their handwriting program teaches all lowercase cursive letters begin at the baseline and I'm thrilled this one does too! Its helpful in that connecting letters comes naturally. My 7 year old daughter is excited by the title and design. Hopefully it will inspire her to write more neatly. Just hoping one for boys is released soon…

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  5. This book was very cheap, but helped me A LOT and now I can write any sentence I want in cursive. I am 19 years old, and I finally decided to teach myself so I can write and read cursive. I recommend this book to even adults who want to learn.

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  6. I like this book. It is the way I remember learning to do cursive writing. We just started in on this book with my 3rd grader and so far so good. Easy instructions and enough space for practice!

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  7. This book goes over each letter, gives several example words to copy, the months, days of the week and numbers as well as my daughters favorite, fun tongue twisters to copy and write. The end of the book is filled with several pages of writing prompts, letting the writer get creative while practicing cursive!

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  8. Fortunately for us, my son's third grade teacher will be teaching cursive handwriting this year. This workbook is a great practice book. It begins with practice for each alphabet letter. The pages are regular letter sized so plenty of space to practice on. Each alphabet letter (upper and lower case) has arrows and numbered steps 1,2,3 so that the student can trace on his/her own. The large amount of space is my son's favorite aspect of the workbook. Next, there are 25 pages of tracing words, and then 25 pages of silly sentences ( like " Juggling jaguars jam to jazz"). Although it is didactic in nature, it is also a fun way to learn. My son likes it; in fact, he asked me to write this review so that other kids will know about it. I also recommend this book.

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  9. Being almost 30 and not able to read or write in script was embarrassing! But after starting and finishing this book, my students tell me all the time how beautiful I write. Its fast and easy. Good for anyone, any age really!

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  10. Purchase this for my granddaughter since she will be entering third grade this year and learning how to do cursive. Nice practice pages of each letter of the alphabet. She loved it!

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  11. This book was very cheap, but helped me A LOT and now I can write any sentence I want in cursive. I am 19 years old, and I finally decided to teach myself so I can write and read cursive. I recommend this book to even adults who want to learn.

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  12. We purchased this as a summer workbook and my daughter really enjoys learning cursive with it. It starts out with upper and lower case letters and then progresses to words and sentences. It comes with a certificate for them at the very end.

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  13. Bought it for my grandson as he was showing interest in cursive writing, and he's so made up to be doing adult writing, really good,

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  14. The book is ok there's 32 pages and I was hoping it would have at least each letter of the alphabet for practice~at least half a page for each letter but it does . There's only 1 page with entire alphabet for practice and the remainder of the book has a few letters repeatedly for practice. So for me I wouldn't buy it again.

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  15. Bought this for my 6 yrs old to practice his hand writting. I definitely think this book is more for a 10 yrs old and up. The reason for that is a 6 yrs old can't really keep his writting straight and neatly inside the lines, plus they put 2 letters together which make it even harder to write it neatly. Overall the book is ok that's why I gave it a 4 stars rating since it doesn't say how old the book is designed for. Although I do like how they put the picture of an animal that goes with the letter. Please give me a helpful vote if you find this review useful.

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  16. The school my 8 year old grandson attends no longer teaches cursive writing. I think it’s important, so I gave these books to him. His mother is looking forward to using these books to teach cursive writing to her son, but with school just now getting started, they haven’t begun using the books yet. This publication relates closely with the Palmer Method that I grew up with, and I’m expecting the books to fill the void being left by the school’s decision to remove cursive writing from their disciplines. I’m thinking the “Silly Rhymes” book will help to motivate my grandson to learn cursive writing.

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  17. This is a fantastic book for starting out cursive writing. We havent started using it yet but I will be using it for homeschooling my daughter in the next couple of months. Very well done & easy to understand. Great price too. No need for expensive penmanship curriculum from homeschooling places.

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  18. I bought this workbook and another, and I'm glad I bought both, because the other one is garbage. This one starts you off with large letters so you can get the hang of the letter forms, then goes down to medium sized letters and words that you trace over and practice, then it goes down to normal sized letters. There are great affirmations and quotes to trace and practice, and if you stick with it, you should develop gorgeous handwriting. I haven't written in cursive in 30 years, and this book helped me jump right back in, in just a few days. I recommend copying the pages and tracing over them because the book does NOT lie flat.

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  19. We love this workbook, as with every other Modern Kid Press book we have! We are thankful to have received an advance reader copy so we could review it. Ending thoughts- my daughter wants to make sure everyone knows this is actually a fun writing book. Not a boring one!

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  20. Bought 2 of these books to do with my grandchildren before school in the morning. Worked well. We have finished all the small letters so will start the capitals after Christmas break. Good purchase as they don't learn to cursive write in school unless they have an older teacher!!

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  21. I received an advanced copy of this workbook and I am so glad! As a special education teacher I am always looking for new ways to teach my students. This book offers practice on cursive handwriting skills without overloading them. I love this and will using this book In my classroom.

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  22. I received an advanced copy of this workbook and I am so glad! As a special education teacher I am always looking for new ways to teach my students. This book offers practice on cursive handwriting skills without overloading them. I love this and will using this book In my classroom.

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  23. As my son transferred schools last year, it became obvious to me that he had missed the year before of cursive handwriting being taught. His old school did not teach this in second grade although his new school did so when he entered in third grade there was a huge problem. I purchase this book in order to give him a little bit of additional practice and I absolutely love the fact that it shows them how to put the words together rather than just form individual letters. Now he is able to write words and with a little bit more practice, will become a lot more proficient in cursive writing. Thank you!

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  24. Unfortunately, too many elementary and middle schools are using computers and iPads to do reports and various writing tasks. As a result, many kids are not very comfortable with cursive writing, and when they DO write, it is almost impossible to read. Many of the cursive writing books are boring and tedious, but this one, with the jokes and cartoons tends to eliminate some of the drudge of learning, and it's easy to monitor progress as they go from individual letters to sentence writing in cursive.Very pleased and unhesitatingly recommend this Workbook for your kids to learn and practice with!

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  25. Bought it for my grandson as he was showing interest in cursive writing, and he's so made up to be doing adult writing, really good,

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  26. She is doing really well with the breakdown of how to write each letter! However it’s not a whole lot on sentence structures. She loves the coloring places on each page it makes her more into it. She has ADHD so if she’s not into something even the slightest it’s a battle to get through it. She already has learned basic cursive, I wanted this to more fine tune her skills. Great for beginners.

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  27. Bought 2 and assigned summer cursive writing lessons for my middle school children. My daughter thanked me for not buying a "baby" cursive book for much younger children. My only complaint is that it doesn't show you the direction to write cursive. Still it has improved both my children's cursive writing.

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  28. Greatest cursive for kids practice book there is! My daughters did 2 pages/day until they made it to the joke section where they wanted to do as many pages as I would allow! Ha! The cute pictures and fun jokes kept their cursive practice positive. Their cursive improved greatly, and no tears Highly! Highly recommend!!

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  29. This book was very cheap, but helped me A LOT and now I can write any sentence I want in cursive. I am 19 years old, and I finally decided to teach myself so I can write and read cursive. I recommend this book to even adults who want to learn.

    Reply
  30. Get the “cursive handwriting practice for teens with the American Constitution” instead. If for younger children, copy the pages for handwriting and save the barest for later.

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  31. The exercise of creating the swoops & swirls of proper penmanship are all easy to accomplish through the pages of this book. Practice makes perfect is on display within this instruction book.

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  32. Excellent product. Exactly what was required. Large space for practicing letters allows a great opportunity to develop competency in cursive hand writing before moving over to a more traditional refill pad or copybook for further practice once the basics have been learned. As a side note I never noticed author until book arrived gave me a nice chuckle when I opened package. Item arrived 5 days early which I am very please about.

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  33. We needed a whiteboard for remote learning. The kiddo was having trouble with sizing and spacing and the blank board has resulted in a significant improvement. The practice boards are great – I love there is a red dot to show where to begin writing and the numbered arrows to show which part to make first and which follows. This has been so helpful in reinforcing that letters show be written from the top and not the bottom. These "boards" are about the size of paper and not much thicker. If they get banged around enough, you could begin to peel back the edges. I like to keep ours in a folder to prevent damage. Feedback to the maker would be to create a similar board with 4 rows for writing instead of 3, for kids who are ready to begin writing smaller. Would also prefer to it to have a stiffer board (non-magnetic) with a blank board on the back. Sometimes the kiddo needs to draw for class also.

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  34. This is the best cursive book that I have found. It has the arrows showing the correct way to write the letters which is very helpful, and the only one I found that has this feature. It has a whole page for each letter and plenty of practice space. It is bright and colorful and my boys really like it. They are 13 and 8.

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  35. I received an advanced copy of this workbook and I am so glad! As a special education teacher I am always looking for new ways to teach my students. This book offers practice on cursive handwriting skills without overloading them. I love this and will using this book In my classroom.

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  36. This is the best cursive book that I have found. It has the arrows showing the correct way to write the letters which is very helpful, and the only one I found that has this feature. It has a whole page for each letter and plenty of practice space. It is bright and colorful and my boys really like it. They are 13 and 8.

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  37. This book is very simple they trace and then there is a blank space to practice. My son is easily distracted so something basic and repetitive keeps him focused

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  38. Perfect way to introduce your kids to cursive writing. I homeschool my 10 year old daughter and my autistic 12 years old son. Even though it is slightly still a challenge for him he can still do it because the book allows you to first trace the letter several times then write it on your own. Note, he was able to get the hang of it. For my daughter I let her write words that start with the letter she is working on …just to challenge her a bit more. I highly recommend this book to any parent that wants their kids to learn/practice cursive writing. I insist that my kids learn cursive and learn how to write their own names in cursive.

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  39. My two grandsons are 16 and 17 and our state dropped teaching cursive writing in elementary school.This book could definitely help them to learn it.Now it’s just getting them to use it!

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  40. I purchased this for my son so he can learn cursive. This is his first year being homeschooled. I wanted him to learn this skill. They don't teach it in public schools anymore. It's an excellent teaching resource. You can either teach right out of the book, or make photo copies and reuse the book over and over.

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  41. They have stopped teaching cursive handwriting in the public schools. I have a great granddaughter in high school and thought this could help her learn. Shame on our school system. Every person should know how to write their name in cursive and be able to read cursive from others. Loved the workbook.

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  42. I ordered these for my 9 year old struggling with dyslexia and dysgraphia. It was between this and handwriting without tears. This was simpler option (not requiring the purchase an an entire curriculum) so I figured we would give it a try first. He gets very frustrated when practicing writing and the ease of erasing and trying again with the dry erase board really helps to take the anxiety out of feeling the need to be perfect. He also has trouble remembering the position of each letter, so I was hoping the green portion of each line would be a good visual cue. So far he is still visually confused on the blank practice page, being that there are three rows to choose from in each line. The green line doesn’t seem to make it easier yet. The additional vertical lines (intended to help with letter spacing) seem to be visual clutter for him as well. But we are a unique situation so for most kindergarten level kids that this is intended for might not have an issue with any of that. I also fe

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  43. I received an advanced copy of this workbook and I am so glad! As a special education teacher I am always looking for new ways to teach my students. This book offers practice on cursive handwriting skills without overloading them. I love this and will using this book In my classroom.

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  44. Another win for Modern Kid Press! My daughter (10) has had a great time learning cursive and I’ve been excited because it’s not something they’re currently teaching in school. With very little knowledge on cursive, I’m beyond impressed at how quickly she has caught on and how nice her writing looks.

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  45. This is a fantastic book for starting out cursive writing. We havent started using it yet but I will be using it for homeschooling my daughter in the next couple of months. Very well done & easy to understand. Great price too. No need for expensive penmanship curriculum from homeschooling places.

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  46. This book is a good resource for practicing handwriting. I would recommend. The only thing I didn't like about this book is that the pages are pre-assigned to days of the week. If this doesn't match up with your lesson plans, then you're either reworking the pages or confusing your students.

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  47. Bought it for my grandson as he was showing interest in cursive writing, and he's so made up to be doing adult writing, really good,

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  48. It’s a great book, but I can’t get past the spoilers. It’ll be great if you’ve either read/watched them all or don’t care about spoilers.

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  49. Oh my goodness this is tween dream perfection! My 8 year old daughter is completely obsessed with it. Great inspirational and motivating messages and an incredibly well thought out design. The dot to dot technique is an absolutely brilliant way to teach cursive! I wish someone would have showed me that back in the dark ages when I learned cursive! The coloring pages are a huge hit and a fun bonus as well. This book delivers on everything it promises and more. Absolutely wonderful!!!!

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  50. Bought 2 of these books to do with my grandchildren before school in the morning. Worked well. We have finished all the small letters so will start the capitals after Christmas break. Good purchase as they don't learn to cursive write in school unless they have an older teacher!!

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  51. This book is very simple they trace and then there is a blank space to practice. My son is easily distracted so something basic and repetitive keeps him focused

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  52. Did you know they're not teaching cursive in school?! 7 year old Grand daughter is obsessed with all things Harry Potter and at the same time curious about cursive writing. Finding this as a gift made Grammy the hero!

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  53. This book is a good resource for practicing handwriting. I would recommend. The only thing I didn't like about this book is that the pages are pre-assigned to days of the week. If this doesn't match up with your lesson plans, then you're either reworking the pages or confusing your students.

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  54. We have used this for almost a full school year (we homeschool). This is our 6th child learning cursive and our 3rd or 4th cursive curriculum. It has moved into first place and left the others in the dust.

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  55. My children, ages 8 and 10, were disappointed that they were not going to learn cursive in school so I bought them these workbooks. They love them and even practice writing in them when we aren't home schooling due to schools being closed. The workbooks are perfect and affordable! Thanks to the creator of them!

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  56. My daughter wasn't interested in learning cursive until we purchased this. I read to her while she practices her handwriting. She loves it.

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  57. This is the best cursive book that I have found. It has the arrows showing the correct way to write the letters which is very helpful, and the only one I found that has this feature. It has a whole page for each letter and plenty of practice space. It is bright and colorful and my boys really like it. They are 13 and 8.

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  58. This book is a good resource for practicing handwriting. I would recommend. The only thing I didn't like about this book is that the pages are pre-assigned to days of the week. If this doesn't match up with your lesson plans, then you're either reworking the pages or confusing your students.

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  59. This is a great addition to our “Hogwarts Homeschool” this year. My daughter is in 5th grade and needed more practice with her cursive, and was actually excited to do so with this workbook. Would purchase again!

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  60. This is a great workbook for children who are new to cursive writing, however younger children will need help with practicing and encouraging them to want to learn cursive writing. Otherwise it is WORK to the kids after a couple of pages . An adult or mature teenager will definitely have to sit with them for positive reinforcement and praise to keep most children on task . So if you can do that and commit to it and are patient and positive and/or have a child who soaks upp everything, it could work out .

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  61. I ordered these for my 9 year old struggling with dyslexia and dysgraphia. It was between this and handwriting without tears. This was simpler option (not requiring the purchase an an entire curriculum) so I figured we would give it a try first. He gets very frustrated when practicing writing and the ease of erasing and trying again with the dry erase board really helps to take the anxiety out of feeling the need to be perfect. He also has trouble remembering the position of each letter, so I was hoping the green portion of each line would be a good visual cue. So far he is still visually confused on the blank practice page, being that there are three rows to choose from in each line. The green line doesn’t seem to make it easier yet. The additional vertical lines (intended to help with letter spacing) seem to be visual clutter for him as well. But we are a unique situation so for most kindergarten level kids that this is intended for might not have an issue with any of that. I also fe

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  62. My son's handwriting was a bit messy, and unfortunately I did not get any support from his school in trying to address this matter. I bought this book and got him to practice each night and so far his handwriting has improved.

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  63. My children, ages 8 and 10, were disappointed that they were not going to learn cursive in school so I bought them these workbooks. They love them and even practice writing in them when we aren't home schooling due to schools being closed. The workbooks are perfect and affordable! Thanks to the creator of them!

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  64. This is a great addition to our “Hogwarts Homeschool” this year. My daughter is in 5th grade and needed more practice with her cursive, and was actually excited to do so with this workbook. Would purchase again!

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  65. An awesome book to teach kids cursive handwriting. The book starts with a very simple and direct way of writing that showed kids how to form the letters correctly. I like the big letter at the top showing how to write each letter, makes it helpful. My daughter is enjoying learning connecting the letters into words. The individual letters for each word are practiced once again, before connecting them into words, and then, finally, practicing the words on your own. I got this for my young one and I'm very sure she will be able to learn it very easily and giggles at seeing the elephant. I would definitely recommend this book!

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  66. The school my 8 year old grandson attends no longer teaches cursive writing. I think it’s important, so I gave these books to him. His mother is looking forward to using these books to teach cursive writing to her son, but with school just now getting started, they haven’t begun using the books yet. This publication relates closely with the Palmer Method that I grew up with, and I’m expecting the books to fill the void being left by the school’s decision to remove cursive writing from their disciplines. I’m thinking the “Silly Rhymes” book will help to motivate my grandson to learn cursive writing.

    Reply
  67. I received an advanced copy of this workbook and I am so glad! As a special education teacher I am always looking for new ways to teach my students. This book offers practice on cursive handwriting skills without overloading them. I love this and will using this book In my classroom.

    Reply
  68. The feel of the book is nice enough, but it’s the formation of the individual letters that bug me and my 10 year old son. We bought this for summer practice but he even noticed the lack of cursive formation in many of the letters. Then we got to letter K and the printing error of little k instead of big K. It’s been a couple of months now and I’m not sure he’s gained anything by using this book.

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  69. I purchased this for my son so he can learn cursive. This is his first year being homeschooled. I wanted him to learn this skill. They don't teach it in public schools anymore. It's an excellent teaching resource. You can either teach right out of the book, or make photo copies and reuse the book over and over.

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  70. This is a great workbook for children who are new to cursive writing, however younger children will need help with practicing and encouraging them to want to learn cursive writing. Otherwise it is WORK to the kids after a couple of pages . An adult or mature teenager will definitely have to sit with them for positive reinforcement and praise to keep most children on task . So if you can do that and commit to it and are patient and positive and/or have a child who soaks upp everything, it could work out .

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  71. The book is ok there's 32 pages and I was hoping it would have at least each letter of the alphabet for practice~at least half a page for each letter but it does . There's only 1 page with entire alphabet for practice and the remainder of the book has a few letters repeatedly for practice. So for me I wouldn't buy it again.

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  72. This book is a good resource for practicing handwriting. I would recommend. The only thing I didn't like about this book is that the pages are pre-assigned to days of the week. If this doesn't match up with your lesson plans, then you're either reworking the pages or confusing your students.

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  73. An awesome book to teach kids cursive handwriting. The book starts with a very simple and direct way of writing that showed kids how to form the letters correctly. I like the big letter at the top showing how to write each letter, makes it helpful. My daughter is enjoying learning connecting the letters into words. The individual letters for each word are practiced once again, before connecting them into words, and then, finally, practicing the words on your own. I got this for my young one and I'm very sure she will be able to learn it very easily and giggles at seeing the elephant. I would definitely recommend this book!

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  74. My daughter wasn't interested in learning cursive until we purchased this. I read to her while she practices her handwriting. She loves it.

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  75. Get the “cursive handwriting practice for teens with the American Constitution” instead. If for younger children, copy the pages for handwriting and save the barest for later.

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  76. Fast shipping and item is what it is described as. This book is very nice practice for my son. It does have a couple mistakes in it. In my picture you can see one on the capital K. It guides you to do lower case k’s instead of upper case. No big deal. I was looking for a good cursive book and I would buy it again for my next son to practice in. Thank you.

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  77. We just received this product today. I really like that it comes in book form so we don't lose any pages and my little one can see her development. The pages are nice and thick so she can use an ink pen and it won't bleed through the pages. I hope this helps her get her pen license.

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  78. my little boy loves using this book because of the joke and how easy it is. I think he surprised himself how much he enjoys using it and how fast his progress is. A couple of weeks after he practised with this book, he's got a recommendation for handwriting. Then a week later, he won another certificate for handwriting. I honestly didn't expect this book can make such a difference in his performance and his confidence. priceless!

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  79. My son loves silly little jokes and hates writing. I bought this so he could keep up cursive over the summer and maybe it would be less painful if he was reading and writing jokes. It's going over well.

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  80. Get the “cursive handwriting practice for teens with the American Constitution” instead. If for younger children, copy the pages for handwriting and save the barest for later.

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  81. This has encouraged my year 5 son to practice his handwriting and improved mine too. The jokes are good, it does not feel babyish to him and it is helping his presentation.

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  82. Get the “cursive handwriting practice for teens with the American Constitution” instead. If for younger children, copy the pages for handwriting and save the barest for later.

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  83. My two grandsons are 16 and 17 and our state dropped teaching cursive writing in elementary school.This book could definitely help them to learn it.Now it’s just getting them to use it!

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  84. The feel of the book is nice enough, but it’s the formation of the individual letters that bug me and my 10 year old son. We bought this for summer practice but he even noticed the lack of cursive formation in many of the letters. Then we got to letter K and the printing error of little k instead of big K. It’s been a couple of months now and I’m not sure he’s gained anything by using this book.

    Reply
  85. My children, ages 8 and 10, were disappointed that they were not going to learn cursive in school so I bought them these workbooks. They love them and even practice writing in them when we aren't home schooling due to schools being closed. The workbooks are perfect and affordable! Thanks to the creator of them!

    Reply
  86. Unless you practice something, you cannot perfect the art of that subject. So true for handwriting as well. This is a book that will teach you the art of mastering a style that is fast and legible.

    Reply
  87. I ordered these for my 9 year old struggling with dyslexia and dysgraphia. It was between this and handwriting without tears. This was simpler option (not requiring the purchase an an entire curriculum) so I figured we would give it a try first. He gets very frustrated when practicing writing and the ease of erasing and trying again with the dry erase board really helps to take the anxiety out of feeling the need to be perfect. He also has trouble remembering the position of each letter, so I was hoping the green portion of each line would be a good visual cue. So far he is still visually confused on the blank practice page, being that there are three rows to choose from in each line. The green line doesn’t seem to make it easier yet. The additional vertical lines (intended to help with letter spacing) seem to be visual clutter for him as well. But we are a unique situation so for most kindergarten level kids that this is intended for might not have an issue with any of that. I also fe

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  88. I homeschooled my children but they have now transitioned into the public school system. Albeit a good school district, I purchased this book because it’s important to me that my children remain challenged especially now with pandemic and not being at school full time. School does not teach cursive writing. It’s an excellent book. Highly recommend.

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  89. Unless you practice something, you cannot perfect the art of that subject. So true for handwriting as well. This is a book that will teach you the art of mastering a style that is fast and legible.

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  90. I got this book to encourage my kiddo to work on cursive. There are letter sheets in the beginning of the book and then quotes for people to copy and practice. Quotes do not go in order, and there are spoilers if you haven't read the entire series. I'm glad I looked through it before giving it to my kiddo who hasn't finished the series yet.

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  91. my little boy loves using this book because of the joke and how easy it is. I think he surprised himself how much he enjoys using it and how fast his progress is. A couple of weeks after he practised with this book, he's got a recommendation for handwriting. Then a week later, he won another certificate for handwriting. I honestly didn't expect this book can make such a difference in his performance and his confidence. priceless!

    Reply
  92. We love this workbook, as with every other Modern Kid Press book we have! We are thankful to have received an advance reader copy so we could review it. Ending thoughts- my daughter wants to make sure everyone knows this is actually a fun writing book. Not a boring one!

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  93. If playing/having fun is important to you this is a great resource. If having children learning with minimal involvement from you (at least for this subject) is important to you this is a fantastic resource.

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  94. Great product to teach cursive handwriting that's not taught in our schools anymore! Would recommend for anyone learning to write cursive. I bought for my 6th grade son who works on it as he has time.

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  95. If playing/having fun is important to you this is a great resource. If having children learning with minimal involvement from you (at least for this subject) is important to you this is a fantastic resource.

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  96. If playing/having fun is important to you this is a great resource. If having children learning with minimal involvement from you (at least for this subject) is important to you this is a fantastic resource.

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