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  • Paige Kuempel

    App for teaching kids handwriting. Kids start by tracing and the prompts are gradually faded so that they learn to write, rather than just trace.

  • CCPRN

    iPad App: teaching handwriting. Kids start by tracing and the prompts are gradually faded so that they learn to write, rather than just trace.

  • Diane Bostic

    Letter School App My new favorite app for teaching handwriting. Kids start by tracing and the prompts are gradually faded so that they learn to write, rather than just trace.

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