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Essential Learning Products Improving Cursive Grade 4, Handwriting Practice Book

Older kids mastering cursive script will get plenty of practice with these books based on the Zaner-Bloser simple-stroke alphabet. With step-by-step directions, this book features enjoyable lessons that guide students toward greater proficiency with cursive writing. The short exercises adapt easily to your schedule and make ideal homework assignments.
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Review 1 for Improving Cursive Grade 4, Handwriting Practice Book
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This product is simple yet thorough.

Date:April 15, 2011
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Stacy
Location:Lagrange, GA
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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My son is loving practicing his cursive now. It's the first thing he chooses to do for his schoolwork.
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Review 2 for Improving Cursive Grade 4, Handwriting Practice Book
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Date:September 9, 2009
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Erica Ledford
Just an average practice book. No bells and whistles. Although practical for every day practice.
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Review 3 for Improving Cursive Grade 4, Handwriting Practice Book
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Date:June 19, 2008
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L Brazell
I like the small size of the book - very portable. We haven't gotten very far yet (early in the school year), but my DD doesn't complain about the amount of work she has to do. Brain trick - smaller size = less work?
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