D'Nealian Handwriting, Volume 4

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Pearson Prentice Hall, Jun 17, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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D'Nealian Handwriting is the original continuous stroke handwriting program. With D'Nealian Handwriting, all students have to learn is a few simple connecting strokes-and they're writing in cursive First introduced in 1978, it has become one of the most widely accepted methods for teaching handwriting.

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Colorful, careful teaching

User Review  - MT mom - Christianbook.com

The D'Nealian approach teaches italics, which aside from being a simple, beautiful manuscript, transitions smoothly into standard cursive. The manuscript mimics the strokes of cursive, so that by 2nd ... Read full review

This workbook is "fair" in comparison...

User Review  - HSMom4 - Christianbook.com

This D'Nealian workbook has a good systematic approach but is light on practice. Overall I'm feeling it is not a good return on my investment given it was more costly than others on the market. Read full review



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