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Happy Scribes July Copybook

They say that if you want your children’s handwriting to be beautiful, then you have to have them practice it daily. The problem is what do you make them write. Scripture? Boring sayings by people we do not really know? One of the ways is to have them write simple information about the month of July. Westvon Publishing has put together a wonderful copybook called Happy Scribes July Copybook. I have used their copybooks many times over in the past and have always been very happy with the results.
Happy Scribes July Copybook gives you 84 pages of copy work in 3 different types. Block Printing, D’Nealian Italic and Cursive Handwriting. You will receive 20 pages of copy work in each font. The best part is that they will actually learn a few things about the month of July. As an example, did you know that fingerprints were first used in 1858? I didn’t. These are the type of sayings they will be coping.
At the end of each font there are pages with the alphabet in upper and lower for the children to copy as well as some blank pages. And on each of the copy pages there is another faint reminder quote line, which will lead them into a more consistent quality of their handwriting. Shoot, it is $1.00. Just that alone should make you want to purchase this. What this means is, you do not have to come up with quotes and type them out etc. Just print what you need for the Happy Scribes July Copybook. While you are on CurrClick, Check out all the other Scribes from Westvon Publishing. They have History, Bible and much much more at reasonable prices.

5 out of 5

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