Cursive writing has many advantages
- It’s faster because the pencil is always on the paper.
- It naturally helps to fix spacing issues.
- It has grown-up appeal, so motivation tends to be high.
- It can help children who never learned proper printing skills.
Although Common Core eliminated cursive writing standards at the national level, many states have chosen to add it back to their curriculum, recognizing the benefits that cursive offers to an adolescent brain.
Learn to Write in Cursive
June 10-14, 2019
Daily, Monday through Friday from 2:00-3:30
Buckhead Handwriting makes cursive writing simple
We use the award-winning Handwriting Without Tears curriculum to teach cursive skills to elementary students. HWT uses a clean, vertical style of cursive that is easy to learn, read, and write. When a child has good print skills, the transition from print to cursive is usually quite simple. For students who struggled with print skills, cursive instruction gives them a fresh start on the path to good handwriting.
 Handwriting Without Tears, Cursive Success Teacher’s Guide
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