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Although we are done with school for the year, McKenna was thrilled when I pulled out a workbook for her to practice cursive writing. Earlier this year she told me she didn’t want to do cursive in Kindergarten, but apparently now that she is a “first-grader” it’s a different story.

She is so proud of herself and shows anyone who will look the work that she is doing. Plus Laurianna is her cheering section, so that makes it even better!

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  3. What Handwriting workbook is it?

    • In this one, she is using one of the lower levels of Abeka cursive. We are now using A Reason for Handwriting and love it. Level C starts with cursive.

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