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Review of Script & Scribble

Before the advent of the computer, people used various forms of ink, ink dispensers, and their hands to get words down on paper. This meant that everyone wanted – nay, that everyone needed – a pleasant and legible script. 619 more words

Calligraphic Scripts

Cursive Writing

In this 21st century, teaching the cursive writing is becoming one of the most exceptions than the rule. Cursive writing is generally referred as the long hand or joined up writing. 592 more words

Assignment Writing Help

Well - What's Next?

Pearl Harris

I’ve seen a lot of things disappear in my 94+ years – but I think this took me by surprise – Quit teaching “cursive writing”. 309 more words

Union Parish

Spring Cleaning? And Being set for the world?

What do you think of when you hear the term Spring cleaning?

Does it mean that the season of Spring is coming upon us and its the sign of rebirth and renewal. 412 more words

CursiveLogic Review

Some people believe that cursive writing is a lost art but I disagree. I vividly remember learning cursive myself and I also remember teaching it when I taught 3rd grade. 541 more words

Ten Things That Will Disappear In Our Lifetime

1. The Post Office
Get ready to imagine a world without the post office They are so deeply in financial trouble that there is probably no way to sustain it long term. 1,076 more words

America Then And Now

Martha (Marty) Dickson Patterson reblogged this on AHUELON NEWS JOURNAL and commented:

I think this list is fairly accurate.

Write This Way

We were traveling, so I almost missed it. Yesterday, January 23, was National Handwriting Day. Given the current trend away from teaching cursive writing in schools, it would be easy to assume this is a new observance, started by concerned calligraphers, Palmer Method purists, and letter-writing grandparents who are afraid their grandkids won’t be able to read anything sent to them except the numbers on their birthday checks. 580 more words

Remembering When