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January 22, 2014

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Joan Clarke

Thanks for the links. Saved them. Nice to "see & hear" you too. I hope handwriting and snail mail survives the technical/digital onslaught.

Rhonda Roso

Visit this site for e-books and free downloads to print out for manuscript and cursive handwriting practice in traditional, modern, and italic handwriting styles. www.copycatbooks.com

Joan Clarke

I have an app on my iPhone called Apps Gone Free, today, National Handwriting Day, there is a free app for teaching your child to write CURSIVE!!! Each day a random letter of the alphabet is given with the sound of that letter. The child can then trace the letter with a finger, then try to make the letter on paper! YAY...a perfect app for NHD.

BTW, the app is Intro to Cursive by Montessorium, LLC for iPhone or iPad.

devine davis

Gosh my handwriting is the complete pits! I will definitely look those sites up!

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