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Benefits of Learning Cursive

Brain Development

"But instruction in cursive writing in particular seems to produce the greatest neurological effects. The key difference is that cursive writing stimulates brain synapses and the synchronicity between both sides of the brain, unlike printing or typing."

Helps with Dyslexia

"There's evidence that cursive helps students with dyslexia learn to read and write because it “integrates hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and other brain and memory functions.”

Makes You Smarter

"It could make you smarter. In addition, cursive writing has been shown to improve left-right brain synergy and even promote the brain's language and memory functions."

Apart of History

Platt Roger Spencer a book-keeper in the 1800's developed cursive. It was the adopted form of penmanship and many historical texts are documented in cursive. 

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Lesson 4 - “small letters small” (a & e), use of padding to soften your pencil, and 4 ‘s!

Lesson 4 - “small letters small” (a & e), use of padding to soften your pencil, and 4 ‘s!

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