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  • Lori Jean

    Learning "Cursive" writing -Practice, practice, practice... still not perfect; however, unlike children in school today, I can read write cursive.

  • Huntan Peck

    Learning cursive handwriting. Now it's almost a lost art.

  • Lori Padgett

    Cursive Writing ~ Childhood Memories

  • Denise Tahara

    Learning "Cursive" writing...I'm in Minnesota & they have decided to do away with teaching kids how to write in cursive! Noting, it's no longer necessary for term papers, etc. as the computer has taken it's place. Ok...... GENUISES...who will be able to read our historic documents a hundred years from now????? ...also how will they sign a check, document etc!

  • Lorraine Espinoza

    Learning "Cursive" writing! I remember my hand cramping from writing a new letter each day at least 100 times. My 2nd grade teacher was a hard-ass, but I learned to have neat penmanship.

  • David Kenady

    When I was in school, we learned cursive writing this way. Now it's almost a lost art. "Penmanship" was actually a subject that you practiced in elementary school.

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