Cursive and Copywork

Homeschooling Finds brought to you by The Old Schoolhouse® Cursive and Coypwork with photograph of blackboard with letters above it

When a homeschool social media account asks about requiring cursive for one’s homeschooled students, there is often a great debate in the comments. Homeschool parents and others have strong and diverse feelings about cursive. And copywork too! The wonderful thing about homeschooling is that we can choose what works best for our families when it … Read more

New American Cursive & Traditional Logic Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Memoria Press. It is a joyful time for the crew as many of our reviewers have been deep in a classical education study with some of the best programs from Memoria Press. This review touches on some of the newer programs from this incredible company that is working hard … Read more

The Art of Cursive & Quick Start Cursive Reviews

This is sponsored content. Cursive writing seems to be a dying art nowadays. Our historical letters and documents, from The Constitution to family recipes, are written in cursive, so why not have our children learn to read and write in the same way? Have you tried to teach cursive on your own, and found you … Read more

Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks Reviews

This article is a collaboration with Channie’s Visual Handwriting Workbooks. Have you ever met a child who struggles with handwriting? Or a child who struggles with math because they didn’t line up the numbers? It seems that penmanship is a frustration for many children. Chan Bohacheff noticed the same struggles with her son. So she … Read more

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