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July 21, 2014
Cursive Writing Made Fun

Practicing the basics of cursive writing is as simple as encouraging your child to take a pen and scribble along lined paper without lifting up the pen. But be sure to make it fun and not a chore. Use brightly colored markers, and ask your child to choose his favorite things—dogs, baseball, Mommy, and Daddy—and help him copy the word in script.

 
 

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