This is the fifth of six booklets providing instruction in traditional cursive script. They move from large letters to smaller and smaller script. They also move from tracing to copying and writing original materials. The series ends by showing the student how to handle the "tails" of letters when a blank space hasn't been provided as when they write on standard binder paper. This one contains tracing words in context and copying. Using poetry helps the student to read and keep in mind a few words to copy instead of trying to copy one letter at a time or one word at a time. The height of the letters is smaller.