MANUSCRIPT & CURSIVE HANDWRITING

Handwriting is elemental so take your time teaching your child and give them plenty of opportunities to practice. To compliment our Flash Start School curriculum, we add on quality and inexpensive resources for Language Arts like the ones listed below.

In the WRITING SECTION of the curriculum, we have listed creative and kinesthetic ideas for learning letters to practicing writing. The workbooks below will help reinforce those skills as well as establish the fine motor skills necessary for handwriting.

We’ve selected the most recommended for manuscript and cursive handwriting learning and practicing.


MANUSCRIPT HANDWRITING RESOURCES

OUR PICKS FOR PRINT MANUSCRIPT PRACTICE

PRE-K TO KINDER

Before kids start to write, this is a great way to help children develop motor skills before trying to write. Post contains affiliate links.


ABC PRACTICE PAGES

These series of books are excellent for manuscript writing practice starting with preschool to kinder and beyond.

This one is for preschoolers:


This is for Kinders:


CURSIVE HANDWRITING RESOURCES

OUR PICKS FOR PRINT MANUSCRIPT PRACTICE

When your child starts writing cursive, don’t miss getting this book (probably one of the best ones to start). Recommended for second graders and up.


Excellent and inexpensive resources for third or fourth graders:



Another excellent resource, inexpensive and very well recommended. Cursive pages include capital and lower letters to full sentences.


These are probably the best in terms of methodology of writing:

Excellent for fourth graders, step by step practice:

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