Recommended for Grade 6. Cursive. 144 pages.
A Reason for Handwriting Level E Student Worktext includes 32 weekly lessons, which each provide 10-15 minutes of daily practice. On days 1 - 3, your children write letters and words from the week's Scripture verse. On day 4, they transcribe the entire verse on a sheet of practice paper. On the final day, they can select a Border Sheet from the back of the book, and write the week's Scripture verse in their best cursive handwriting, then use their creativity to color the design on the Border Sheet.
Note: The weekly verse in A Reason For Handwriting Level F corresponds with the same week's theme verse in A Reason For Spelling Level F, thus reinforcing the Scripture content of each lesson.
Download a sample lesson here.
Item #: 10600
This Student Worktext is 100% recyclable.
all 3 of my kids have done well with this. Their cursive is neater than mine, and a daily assignment is a manageable amount [Source: Rainbow Resource, December 26, 2018]
My son's love this curriculum series, and my daughter begs to have it too. (Her penmanship is combined with her Language Arts curriculum for this year. I intend to get it for her next term.) The daily work load is simple and short, and the fifth day is certainly a bright spot. They like choosing the paper from the back of the book on Fridays, writing neatly, and then coloring the border/pictures to make a colorful Bible verse poster. I'm glad I discovered this one! [Source: Rainbow Resource, November 1, 2018]
I WANT TO SAY IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A COPYWORK BOOK WITH SCRIPTURES THAT YOUR CHILD WILL ACTUALLY ENJOY DOING YOU HAVE PICKED THE RIGHT ONE WE HAVE USED THIS PRODUCT 3 TIMES MY CHILD LOVES TO WRITE THE VERSE ON THE PRETTY BORDER SHEETS AND COLOR THEM AND WE HANG THEM UP FOR A FEW DAYS THEN WE PUT THEM IN A FOLDER WE HAVE REALLY LOVED THIS PRODUCT THANK YALL [Source: Rainbow Resource, June 6, 2013]
Well put together. Really like the sheets in the back that allow your creative child to pick a sheet to go with their work. They could make it a piece of art if they choose. [Source: Timberdoodle, 08/23/2014]
Public school no longer teaches cursive writing. My fith grader could not read or write cursive. Three weeks after purchasing this series she can read and write cursive! Our original constitution is in cursive! why would we ever stop teaching this skill? [Source: Christian Book, November 22, 2016]