Homeschool Copywork – Review

Homeschool Copywork Review

I always thought copywork was just to improve handwriting but it is so much more when you think about it. I have started to use copywork with the kids as well as myself. We received a Lifetime Membership to Homeschool Copywork. I use the copywork for different subjects such as art, literature, and bible.

Copywork teaches children many things other than just handwriting. It teaches them new vocabulary, spelling, and punctuation. It also teaches children reading and comprehension. They do have to understand what they are reading. It sparks discussion and can build leadership.

Homeschool Copywork has three different levels of copywork: Early Elementary Copywork, Upper Elementary Copywork, and Junior High – High School Copywork. So you are bound to find something you need for what ever level you are looking for. There is a wide variety of copy work at each level. I love the fact that their is copy work with artists as we are currently working on different artists in our art class and this would make a good addition when we get to those artists. I also really like that there is character building, poems, quotes, bible verses, and much more.

There is a full membership and lifetime membership. The difference between the full and lifetime is that the full is a year and lifetime is a one time payment and you have access to it as long as the site it up and around.

How We Used This:

I found places were I could add some copywork in with my son. I wanted to work on handwriting with my son. So I printed out one we could use during our Bible time and another during our Language Arts. There are more places to add in the copywork through our day in the upcoming days. So  I am really excited about that.

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My first download was for my son and it was Upper Elementary and was Dragons of the Bible Copywork, Notebooking, and Coloring Pages. I printed a sheet a day. I made him first read it to me. Then I had him write the copywork. There were times he choose not to color the pictures. In this download there are 22 verses of the Bible containing the word translated “dragon” in the King James Version, giving credence to the cultural proof of the existence of “dragons” (aka dinosaurs) during Bible times. This is based on creation science and is 154 pages long. There is print, cursive, note booking pages, and full coloring pages in this download.

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My second download was The Poems of Emily Dickenson. It contained 9 different quotes for the student to copy. There were images on each page that you could choose to color or not. This was a short one for us to copy.

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My third download was actually for me. I recently just started was Armor of God Copywork. It contains each verse of Ephesians 6:10 – 18. It has knightly graphics and you can color them or not. I choose not too. I was just interested in writing the verse. I know the different armor’s of God. It was just neat to write it out as a refresher for me.

My overall thought is I absolutely love the variety between all of the different levels. I love the fact that there are pictures included so the pages don’t look so boring when the kids are writing the copywork. I like the fact that they can choose to color or not. There are things I can squeeze into our day in different subjects that we are currently working on. One thing I need to stress is I like the fact that different handwritings pages are available. Such as cursive and regular printing. My son does not do cursive so it was nice to have printing available. My daughter does both but her preference is print.

I was looking through Looking Upward Quotes by Charolette Bronte. I love the fact that there are 3o different quotes but it also contains a brief biography as well as activities. That is the next one I am going to work on with my son.

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