National Handwriting Day!


Thanks Kim

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12 thoughts on “National Handwriting Day!

  1. I once took a handwriting analysis class. I don’t remember anything so don’t think I’ll be “reading anything” into your sample. Looks quite nice and legible to me.

  2. Your N’s look almost exactly like mine. I wish I would have know about the handwriting thing. Maybe I’ll go get my camera and play along too. First I have to read your post about Pismo.

  3. Mine just gets worse with as the years roll on! LOL!

    Thank you so much for your prayers for my family last week! They meant so much to us! ~hugs, Rhonda 🙂

  4. LEGIBLE, cool. good handwriting is, sadly, a lost art.

    my shifts from print to cursive depending on what I’m writing…what I’m writing on…and what I’m writing with. strange but true.

  5. I have read recently that many younger ppl today cannot read cursive. I find this odd. Can they not figure out it’s the same thing as printing but with connecting loops? Yes, some letters look different but one would think they could put 2 & 2 together. Perhaps I’m being too harsh?

  6. I have to sign my name so many times at work that my handwriting has gotten messy. Fortunately we do all of our treatment documentation on computers now. Just need to type correctly. But then the documentation is printed out and that is where I have to sign each entry before it goes into the patient’s charts. When we were doing paper documentation, my hand would get so tired from all the writing. But if I take the time, I can write neatly.

  7. Perhaps the most powerful yet most overlooked advantage of a computer in developing writing skills is as a glorified typewriter. It allows an approach to teaching writing that is impossible with a pencil and paper, and may have its greatest impact in the earlier years of school.This is the first of a series of articles to explore the introduction of laptop computers in a kindergarten class.

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