Title: “Handwriting: Printing, Grades Preschool and Up”
Author: Brighter Child
Blurb: “Children will have fun learning to print!”
Review: “I expected something different, I guess, but this is just lined paper with a line of capital letters to trace at the top, and half-way down, a line of lower-cased letters to trace of the same letter. It’s not very engaging for my son.”
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Footnote: Although we learned to type in junior high — in a classroom filled with girls — we spent most of our adult life as a voracious consumer of pocket notebooks and pens. Until five years ago. When we bought an iPad. We don’t even write checks any more. It’s all online. At what point does handwriting become as quaint as another of our junior-high classes, taking apart and reassembling a lawnmower engine?
Handwriting: Printing [Amazon]
Buy or Die [Stinque@Amazon Kickback Link]