Yes, Handwriting Still Matters — Here’s How to Teach Kids Cursive

Posted on August 23, 2014 at 1:51 pm

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Copyright 2014 Bellartisan, Inc.
Schools are eliminating curricula to teach cursive writing, based on the assumption that what matters is keyboarding skills. But studies show that writing by hand helps you process and learn more effectively. It is important for fine motor skills as well. This charming book has illustrations on each page to keep kids interested and help them with their reading skills as well.

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