You will like this! Forget about buying penmanship workbooks. Just make your own worksheets. The nice thing about D’Nealian’s writing style is that it makes the transition to cursive more natural. Instead of boxy print letters, D’Nealian uses slanted letters. Admittedly, I have used boxy letters when teaching my kids and I forgot all about D’Nealian. So I was happy to rediscover this worksheet maker. It is free!
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Other handwriting resources that appear compatible with your approach are the iPhone app BETTER LETTERS and the iPad app LETTERS MAKE WORDS.
Thanks Kate! This is very helpful!
Do you teach printing first then this? Or should I teach this type of handwriting frm the start?
That’s a good question of which I am no expert to answer.:) With my kids, I have taught printing first. But it almost seems easier to teach the slanted writing first since they will eventually do cursive. I might try it with my fourth child:)