Cursive writing A to Z Upper case and Lower case
Cursive writing A to Z
Learning cursive handwriting is important for spelling skills, enabling children to recognize words when they read them later. Typing doesn’t have the same effect on the brain, as it doesn’t require the same fine motor skills and simultaneous activity.
How to Teach Cursive Writing to Your Child
- Start with Tracing. The best way to teach cursive writing to your child is to teach how to trace first.
- Give them more material for practice.
- Teach Lower-case letters first.
- Categorize the Alphabets.
- Practice in a Large Space.
- Move According to Child’s Speed.
- Learning With Fun.
Benefits of good handwriting practice include:
- increased brain activation;
- improved performance across all academic subjects, especially in language activities such as spelling;
- providing a strong foundation for higher-order skills.