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Rhythm of Handwriting Online: Cursive
Concise, effective cursive handwriting instruction for students of all ages!
What you are going to LEARN
Uppercase and Lowercase
This course uses videos to systematically instruct students on the different strokes needed for each letter and how to form each lowercase and uppercase letter. Logic of English puts the natural rhythm of the strokes with each letter allowing students to become fluent in handwriting by developing muscle memory through both large and fine motor, multi-sensory practice.
This course is great for any young child who is just learning to form letters or for any older student who needs support for their current handwriting style or is learning a new handwriting style. Includes printable PDFs of core materials needed to effectively teach cursive handwriting to your students, including practice worksheets providing various line sizes.
Handwriting Wall Strip
Provide your students a visual reference for the lowercase and uppercase letters they are learning!
These Montessori-inspired sandpaper letters are perfect for young students learning to write! The rough texture is easy to feel and trace with the finger.
This durable double-sided student whiteboard is thoughtfully designed for introducing handwriting and aiding in the transition to fine-motor writing.
Why Teach Cursive?
- All lowercase letters begin on the baseline
- Uppercase letters only connect to the next letter if they end on the baseline
- The capital Q has been simplified to reflect the manuscript version
- Letter formation is closely matched to the manuscript font to facilitate ease in transition from one to another
- Designed for the human hand
- Connected letters solves issues with spacing between letters and words
At Logic of English, we strongly recommend teaching cursive first.
Founder and President, Logic of English
My interest in teaching reading and spelling began when my twin sons struggled to learn how to read. Through my research to help them, I realized that my previous training in how to teach reading was inadequate. As I learned and taught the phonograms and spelling rules, I understood the implications to all students learning to read and spell, and I wanted to make a difference. I started the company, Logic of English®, wrote Uncovering the Logic of English, and began developing curriculum and presentations to share what I have learned with others.