New Products!


Curriculum Kits
Teacher Resources
Language Arts
USA History/Gov't
World History
Character Training
Life Skills
Fine Arts
Physical Education
Curriculum by Brand


Just for Fun!

Little Ones
Imaginative Play
Puzzles, Mazes & Stickers
Construction Toys
Unique Toys
Jewelry Boxes
Kids in the Kitchen
Flying Things
Active Fun
Good Aim

Be Prepared

Kitchen Appliances


Modest Swimwear


Shipping just $6.99
no matter how
big the order!

Free Standard shipping on orders over $75

Handwriting Without Tears: Can Do Print

Handwriting Without Tears: Can Do Print
Click to enlarge image(s)

This text is for older students who have learned cursive, but prefer to print and still need to practice.

When trying to learn to write brought her little boy to tears, Jan Olsen found a remedy. She shares her creative suggestions and learning tips in this excellent “how-to” book which helps you determine if your child is ready to start handwriting. If not, no problem—there are plenty of hands-on readiness activities such as using “letter manipulatives” (pattern and instructions provided).

This program includes unique ideas for helping children learn to write their letters and numbers without frustration, tips for the left-handed child, discussion on why it is important to teach capitals first and why standard handwriting paper just confuses children. The author even has remedies for the common mistakes children make, such as letter reversals, floating letters, etc.

I used this program with my son Ammon, and he basically taught himself cursive using the workbooks. One drawback is that the final cursive writing does not have the lovely slant and pretty loops. It’s very legible and easy to write, however.

Submit a Review...
Home  ·  Curriculum Kits  ·  Contact Us  ·  Policies  ·  Login  ·  Cart
Copyright © Love to Learn, Inc