How To Teach Cursive Handwriting To Children Infographic
If you are wondering how to support your child with their learning of cursive scripts then look no further. This infographic from Uni-ball outlines some great, useful tips for how you can teach cursive handwriting to children.
Cursive handwriting is continuous, joined up script. Uni-ball and other experts suggest teaching cursive handwriting to your children first, rather than print to avoid the confusion of learning two scripts.
Uni-ball's tips include suggesting that you allow your child to trace letters in different mediums such as flour or shaving foam. They also suggest that you teach letters based on the similarities in formation rather than in alphabetical order.
Helpful tips include laminating worksheets and using them with whiteboard pens so that you can re-use them.
Uni-ball reminds us that patience is needed when teaching a child cursive handwriting and that practice makes perfect.
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