Recommended for Grade 2 or 3. Includes both manuscript and cursive. This newly UPDATED VERSION contains 176 pages.
The updated Transition worktext is designed to facilitate a mid-year shift from manuscript to cursive handwriting. Your child will review manuscript for the first semester, then transition to learning and practicing cursive letters in the second half of the year.
Contents of the Transition student worktext include:
- 10 daily practice lessons (2 weeks total) reviewing manuscript letter formation,
- 16 weekly lessons in manuscript,
- 45 practice daily lessons (9 weeks total) introducing cursive letter formation,
- 9 weekly lessons in cursive,
- Border Sheets (one side manuscript, one side cursive) for use with the weekly lessons.
Lessons provide 10-15 minutes of daily practice.
On days 1 - 3 of weekly lessons, your child writes letters and words from the week's Scripture verse. On day 4, he traces over the entire verse as written in the work text. On the final day, he'll select a Border Sheet from the back of the book, and write the week's Scripture verse in his best handwriting, then use his creativity to color the design on the Border Sheet.
Item #: 10250
This Student Worktext is 100% recyclable.
Handwriting Level T (Transition) Student Worktext
Good stuff [Source: Rainbow Resource, February 16, 2020]
I like that you can have them practice both types of writing, and that the kids can just open and do it without me. Handwriting has improved with using cursive. [Source: Rainbow Resource, April 2, 2019]
My son has been asking to learn cursive and this workbook is a great place to start. There are enough lessons to take up a whole year, but we are only using the cursive part and it is working for us as we are also using level B for printing practice. [Source: Rainbow Resource, February 5, 2017]
I am very pleased with this workbook. Its a short amount each day so my kids don't get overwhelmed. I love how they can write the entire memory verse and color the outside edges is the design in the page so to make a gift for someone. [Source: Rainbow Resource, August 9, 2016]