Silly Stories: Cursive Handwriting Copybook uses wacky classic tales to provide a fun platform for cursive handwriting practice lessons.
Before beginning the "Silly Stories: Cursive Handwriting Copybook", students should understand and be able to recognize the differences between capital and lowercase cursive letters. Students should have already practiced tracing individual cursive alphabet letters and be ready to move on to copying full lines of cursive text without tracing.
Teachers and parents can use the Silly Stories: Cursive Handwriting Copybook to utilize hand-over-hand guidance techniques to help students make correct letter strokes. Guided lines have been provided in this handwriting copybook to help with correct cursive letter formation and spacing.
There are no cursive tracing letters in this workbook. It is for Level 2 writers who can recognize individual cursive letters and are beginning to write in cursive on their own without tracing.
This children’s cursive handwriting book is perfect for improving handwriting and penmanship. The worksheets inside are a great resource for the homeschool classroom and those teaching 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders. It’s also a great companion to printed alphabet handwriting programs such as Zaner-Bloser and Kumon.