Posts Tagged ‘Handwriting’

Easy Peasy Cursive Review

One of the things I have been working on with my daughter is cursive. She has started up with wanting to try to learn it again. This time around she is not so frustrated. We have been enjoying using Easy Peasy Cursive by Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks.

I used Easy Peasy Cursive with my daughter who is in 4th Grade. This is geared towards kids in grades 1 – 3. This workbook is 40 sheets with 80 pages. It is a very visual style of learning cursive. There are 2 pages worth of tracing and one page to write on your own. What makes it visual is the lines, as the lines are angled for proper slanting and consistent letter type. There is a green shade that is used to assist as a visual for lower case positioning.

Perfect Reading, Beautiful Handwriting Review

PerfectReading Review

One thing I have been working on lately with both kids is handwriting. It’s really been a struggle with my son with his fine motor, dexterity, and tremor issues. His writing is absolutely terrible. My daughters handwriting on the other hand is nice but it’s big and I am trying to get her to keep them in between the lines like she is suppose to. Perfect Reading, Beautiful Handwriting by Everyday Education, LLC has been making a difference in how both of them write. My daughter more so then my son.

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Teach Your Children Cursive With CursiveLogic – Review

CursiveLogic Review

One of the things that I have debated was whether or not to teach my daughter cursive. I know I myself print most of the time as I never liked cursive. I have decided that I do want my daughter to know how to read and write cursive. She can choose how she wants to write later on. We received the CursiveLogic Workbook by CursiveLogic for our review.

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Autistic Children More Likely To Have Handwriting Problems

I was just reading up on the new autism and news and stumbled across an article called Children With Autism More Likely To Have Handwriting Problems. It caught my interest as Dakota has problems with his writing. I don’t want to say it’s very sloppy but his fine motor for writing makes it difficult for him to write.

The article stated that children with autism may have lower quality handwriting and trouble forming letters compared to children with out autism.

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