Some say cursive writing and classic penmanship are dying arts, but many education experts beg to differ. Cursive requires less carpal bone development than typing or even printing. This means many children can learn it easier and sooner than using a keyboard.
When children learn cursive, this activates important regions of the brain involved in thinking, language, and working memory. Studies have even found that students who use cursive for essays on standardized tests tend to receive higher score than those who print their essays.
From the creators of the popular Write Through the Bible program comes an easy-to-use workbook that teaches children how to write in cursive. This workbook will introduce students to cursive handwriting one letter at a time. They’ll begin their journey to cursive success in just 8 to 12 weeks.