Everything you need to teach manuscript or cursive with success
Rhythm of Handwriting helps students develop the muscle memory of how to form each letter and deepens their knowledge of the connection between letters and sounds.
Begin With Either Cursive or Manuscript.
Letter formation and instructions are closely matched to facilitate the transition between cursive and manuscript.
Easy, systematic instructions provide students with an understanding of how to write each letter and where it is placed on the lines.
Rhythm and Simplicity
Emphasize the rhythmic motions with short, memorable phrases for how to form each letter.
Teach how to form each letter with large-motor movements before advancing to writing with a pencil.
Letters are grouped by initial strokes to simplify the learning process and encourage the development of automatic muscle memory.
Writing for All
Each lesson includes a variety of line sizes so that students can use the size that is most comfortable for their hands.
Support the development of reading and writing skills by reinforcing the sounds of the A-Z phonograms.
Begin With Lowercase
By introducing lowercase letters first, students master the letters that comprise more than 90% of all that we read and write. This also minimizes students mixing upper- and lowercase within words.
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Use Rhythm of Handwriting as a stand-alone program or add it to Essentials.