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Had learned to read and understand speech in this language as a child, but lost it when we switched babysitters. I'd like to learn it again.

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"Name Skeletons" If I teach 5th grade, I'm doing this! Look closely: students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms, and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper!

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Every child had to learn to write in cursive. Good penmanship was taught to be important. I still teach my kids that it is. Too bad the schools don't.

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from Hip Homeschool Moms

The Benefits of the New LetterSchool Cursive Writing App Go Beyond Writing

We are always looking for great apps and here is one we encourage you to investigate! Y'all already know how I am a huge advocate of learning through play, so you will not be surprised to learn that this app is a game that teaches our children cursive! Check out how it works ---> http://www.hiphomeschoolmoms.com/2016/03/benefits-new-letterschool-cursive-writing-app-go-beyond-writing/ {spon}

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Capital letters as I was taught to write them in France ! / Les lettres majuscules telles qu'on m'a appris à les écrire !

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from The Natural Homeschool

The Best Way for Children to Learn to Write Cursive {Free Printables

Brain research has proven that writing in cursive activates multiple parts of the brain and it isn't only contained to writing, but spills over into every area of life. I was set on teaching my children to write in cursive, but after researching it, I was absolutely clear about it.

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I've never been able to write in cursive... Maybe that's why I'm so horrible at ice skating.

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