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Handwriting & Cursive Writing Class for Kids

I’m getting back in the saddle!

We’re going to be hosting a handwriting and cursive writing class for kids on Sunday, August 23, and I’m teaching! 459 more words

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How do I improve my handwriting?

This is one of the most commonly asked questions for me when I started getting into the fountain pen hobby. Something about spending so much more money on a single pen that will last me a lifetime made me want to – I don’t know, make my writing worthy of using them? 549 more words

Fountain Pen

Motivation to Write

(With credit and appreciation to the great Snoopy)

When a small child learns to walk there is no end of motivation. There’s the intrinsic kind – the child wants to go where others go, see things which are too high from a prone position, touch things that others can reach and generally be a part of the ‘walking world’. 1,351 more words


Cursive-writing instruction has proven benefits

Day by day

Cursive-writing instruction has proven benefits
May 27, 2015
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Writer's Space...I Finally Have One!

Hello HFA!

Yes, it is true! I have a writing space, and a lovely one I might add. After years of writing at the kitchen table, sitting on my bed, at a table in the living room or from small table at Starbucks in my local Chapter’s bookstore (as lovely as this was it was a strain on my wallet to enjoy the yummy chai tea latte and the endless books)- I am delighted to say I have my very own writer’s space! 753 more words



I’ve had my handwriting analyzed a few times over the years. Informally.

My cursive writing died years ago. I still attempt it. I’m too lazy to lift the pen off the paper at times. 249 more words


Handwriting and creativity


The debate continues as to when and if handwriting should be taught in schools. Communication specialist Phwanda Moore explains that handwriting is more than a form of communication; it also taps into the creative aspects of the human psyche, and, therefore, should definitely be taught to children. 8 more words