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  • sfhargett
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    Originally posted by Colomama View Post
    So, I own the font cd....and I won't even spend the time to pull it out for that first lesson. Ha!

    Here's what I would do. I would photocopy a blank page. Sometimes there's blanks in the back. My first grader has a blank page on page 23 of her book. I would write the blessing you want to use on the top few lines (for a kindie, skip lines so that they copy directly below the words you print). Done.

    You can also find downloads of blank writing templates online. Just pay attention to line height.

    I would invest in the font if you find yourself creating a lot of these substitutions, but not for just one lesson.
    Yep. This exactly. There should be blank pages you could photocopy in the back of the copybook, or you could use a page from the blank Composition and Sketchbook.

    I do like Startwrite and would use it if I felt like my kids needed extra practice on a certain letter or something. But in this case, it would be faster just to write it out.

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  • Fireweed Prep
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    I personally love the StartWrite program. My husband loaded it directly onto the computer and put a shortcut on the desktop. I use it frequently!

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  • Amanda Z
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    Alright, thank you everyone. I'll try making one by hand.

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  • enbateau
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    Also, that Table Blessing appears in 2nd grade in Prima Latina, so it will eventually help them to know the English version, even if you do something different now.

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  • Colomama
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    So, I own the font cd....and I won't even spend the time to pull it out for that first lesson. Ha!

    Here's what I would do. I would photocopy a blank page. Sometimes there's blanks in the back. My first grader has a blank page on page 23 of her book. I would write the blessing you want to use on the top few lines (for a kindie, skip lines so that they copy directly below the words you print). Done.

    You can also find downloads of blank writing templates online. Just pay attention to line height.

    I would invest in the font if you find yourself creating a lot of these substitutions, but not for just one lesson.

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  • enbateau
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    Thank you for the correction. That is likely what I was thinking of.

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  • Mom2mthj
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    Unless it changed, the disk is startwrite with only the new American cursive font. You can buy startwrite elsewhere with multiple fonts other than NAC, but not in the same package.

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  • enbateau
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    You can actually buy a CD of fonts (and also a download) for the exact fonts MP uses. To my knowledge, it might also have the blank lines for writing.

    https://www.memoriapress.com/curricu...rite-software/

    https://www.memoriapress.com/curricu...tware-digital/

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  • Amanda Z
    started a topic Copybook template?

    Copybook template?

    I am planning out our year of kindergarten and would like to use a different table prayer than the one in the copybook. Is there a blank template available? Or perhaps a particular font that Memoria Press uses that I could use to type up a worksheet?
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