Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
  • Beginning Traditional Cursive, Grades 1 - 3
ISBN: 1620570351
EAN13: 9781620570357
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 2, 2013
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 11" L x 8" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Workbook Features:

- Ages 6-9, Grade 1-3

- 32 pages, 11 inches x 8 1/2 inches

- Practice writing upper- and lowercase letters, number words, and more in cursive

- Learn to form and connect letters together

- Includes a lined practice page and an alphabet reference chart

Focused Practice: The Beginning Tradition Cursive Workbook by Carson Dellosa helps children to learn cursive writing strokes and skills through structured exercises. The writing workbook teaches letter formations, how to write out numbers, and more.

What's Included: The cursive handwriting workbook includes 32 pages for tracing upper- and lowercase letters, writing out numbers, and connecting letters together. The writing book also includes a reference chart as well as a lined practice page.

How IT Works: Children follow along with each activity tracing and then practicing writing on their own. Correct handwriting mistakes early on and help children improve their strokes and writing habits using the practice page and reference chart.

Working Together: Parents and teachers can accurately gauge student's handwriting skills from the classroom or at home--working alongside children and fun animations for an interactive learning experience.

Why Carson Dellosa: For more than 40 years, Carson Dellosa has provided solutions for parents Read More chevron_right

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This was ideal for my fifth grader, who was embarrassed that he had never learned cursive. This gave him lots of practice and immediately had him linking letters to make words, which was important in making quick progress. He worked on this book over the summer and now that he is back in school, he feels very confident that he can write in cursive!
   It's okay.
I would have liked this workbook better if they started with A and gave a whole page of practice for each letter. Then he went to practice linking letters. I teach my son cursive since his school isn 't. So far, I had to buy a notebook just to get him to use letters first. Then I use this after we make it through the alphabet.
   Excellent teaching aid
Excellent for teaching cursive writing. Because the schools are lacking in teaching our children to write rather than print, does not mean that parents can't teach their children the simple task of signing their own name. This book is a positive teaching method, teaching how to teach.
   Just ok
If the book ranged from A -- Z instead of random letters mixed in, it would have been a good book. I call it old fashion, but I prefer the old fashion way of learning.
   Great workbook
What a beautiful workbook! I am very happy with it. My daughter began to show interest in learning curly letter and this is a very good way to practice. Merci beaucoup for a good product!
   It is difficult to find a good cursive writing work book
It is difficult to find a good cursive writing work book. I like this one very much ''. I wish there hundreds of pages and cursive writing takes lots of practice. I book so few pages with so few pages is impractical. I need 20 books :
   my grandson love it. He told me that they didn't teach ...
My grandson '' love him. He told me that they did not teach Cursive Writing in Alabama, so I sent him this one for practice. His cursive goes by itself just fine.
   Not for beginners
I am 16 and have never learned cursive in school. I was just trying to write, but I don 't think that this is for beginners. It is really hard to write the letters too ( . Reading comments from the children makes me feel silly, but I just want to learn bc everyone's like oH u cAnT uR nAmE iN cUrSiVE!!! v, whatever ''
My 1st grade grandson showed interest in CURSIVE. And they don't teach is any longer in school. This is what we remember when we learned old ditto on those cursive sheets. These are printed on a type of paper newsprint, so not easy to erase, but plenty of room to practice.
   Great book for cursive PRACTICE - not instructional
I read the reviews and looked at some of the pictures so that I knew up front that this is literally just for cursive, and I wasn 't disappointed. This is NOT an instructional book. We loved the book Handwriting 2C by Zaner-Bloser, just wanted to give others a heads up that might not realize that. We teaches cursive handwriting 2C - it actually teaches cursive. There is a cursive amount of manuscript practice, then it goes into fair. There are visual instructions, then a video link that you can pull out of the book, laminate and add to a 3 ring binder, so my daughter is able to use dry erase and use these pages over and over again as practice pages. This is great for what it is a PRACTICE book. Not instructional. And at $4 it is a more than fair price.