I teach handwriting with laminated charts!

     It’s easy!  It’s quick!  And it works!

And it’s fun for kids too!

With these charts you can teach neat, correct handwriting in just a few days!  It is so much quicker than expensive programs, books or tedious worksheets. And better still, children begin to use their handwriting in a meaningful way within days!

Print Handwriting


 Cursive Handwriting



How to begin?

  1. Download the handwriting charts.
  2. Print and laminate them for each child
  3. Use white board markers to practice writing
  4. Use the charts for reference when they do copywork
  5. Download and use the different lined pages
  6. Apply handwriting skills with copywork pages
  7. Purchase informative handwriting tips and step-by-step ebooks from my Packages page.

Handwriting Extras

AnArrow Chart cover excellent tool to reinforce directions and spatial awareness.

This download explains the skills are essential to help a child distinguish letter shapes, positions and directions.  Several short, fun activities are included.

An extremely effective remedial aid for any child who reverses or confuses b, d, p, and q!  With just a few short sessions they will thoroughly enjoy themselves while improving their directionality!

  • Posture and Seating

Therapy band foot rest

Booster cushions and feet supported

Handwriting Tips Booklet coverHandwriting products available on my Packages page:

  • Handwriting Tips Booklet
  • Teaching Print Step-by-Step
  • Teaching Cursive step-by-step

Practice regular handwriting with copywork – pop over to my Copywork Pages

Read my handwriting posts:

Lastly,  here is a website Handwriting Worksheets.com where you can generate your own handwriting worksheets with either print, cursive or D’Nealian style.
I’d love to hear from you ~  if you have enjoyed a download, need some advice or just wish to contact me, please feel free to write a private email in the contact form on About Me.


34 thoughts on “Handwriting

  1. Hi there🙂
    Just wanted to thank you for all the fabulous resources I have found on your blog today – especially the Little House on the Prairie 3d cabin!
    Blessings to you and your family,
    Lusi x


  2. A great big THANK YOU for all of your informative pages, loads of goodies!!!

    I hs 7 kids, (no time), so I check your website EVERY DAY for more compilations of work!

    I can’t mention how many things I have downloaded and enjoyed, but I especially like the art periods.

    Bless you!!!!


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  8. I’m using this to teach an 18 year old because they have stopped teaching this in school. I think it’s wonderful that you share this with people so that we have a resource for this information. Cursive writing is becoming a lost art form.


  9. It’s a pity you don’t have a donate button! I’d without a doubt donate to this brilliant blog! I suppose for now i’ll settle for book-marking and adding your RSS feed
    to my Google account. I look forward to fresh updates and will talk
    about this website with my Facebook group. Chat soon!


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  12. This brings back so many happy memories…🙂 I grew up in South Africa and this was how we learnt our handwriting. I currently live in Portugal and my 6 year old is learning cursive handwriting, so I thought about teaching him the way I was taught and came across your blog. LOVELY! Thank you so much for this. Take care!❤🙂


  13. hi,
    don’t know if I was doing something wrong but was printing out the templates for print with arrows and had to fiddle with the computer’s printing set-up margins, ect. So just wanted to put that out. After printing 4 times I finally printed out the correct template on legal paper but it didn’t fit it all on just one sheet. Had to print the x-y-z on a second legal sheet.


  14. G’day Nadene,

    I am really glad i stumbled across your website!
    I wasn’t really sure at what age to introduce my lil one to cursive writing, how to go about it, etc.. and found all the answers to my queries here!
    The primary lines (red & blue).. took me back in the good ol’ days…🙂

    Thank you so much!


  15. It is a lot harder to teach cursive than I would have thought! My two older kids were still in public school when this was taught. Now for my youngest! Oh dear! Boys are so different! Thanks for this wonderful website!


  16. Nadine, I wanted to let you know that the link to cursive handwriting charts is broken. Thank you so much for making all this wonderful content available for free. What a blessing!


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