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OT: My son's cursive! Yay!

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    OT: My son's cursive! Yay!

    Just posted over on K-8 but wanted to put this here, as well, for all my fellow SN mommas!

    Hi All,

    I wanted to share a picture of what I never imagined I'd be seeing. My younger son's cursive (now in NAC 2). I tend to make copies of the pages so we can have lots of extra practice. (That was the approach we took to NAC 1, tons of extra copies of practice pages, which I found to be great, keep-you-busy filler work! LOL) So I sat at a desk with my younger son starting around 6 y.o. for several hours every day, hand over hand, helping him learn to print. Now, with cursive added in, I'm just so excited to see how far he has come!

    Note: For some reason, his lower case letters aren't touching the dotted lines. Sometimes they do but in today's practice they aren't. However, we have lined paper with dotted middle lines that's slightly narrower he tends to work on for much of his other work/writing. So perhaps he's training himself to shrink his cursive down on his own.

    SusanP in VA
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    Re: OT: My son's cursive! Yay!

    Beautiful, Susan!