It’s tempting when teaching the kids to assume every lesson needs to have jazz and sparkle and pop with enthusiasm and energy.
Teaching kids to print neatly isn’t something that this homeschool Mom has found time or interest in making special. The internet, however, is very interested in doing this work for you as it (am I wrong to personify the world wide web as a partner in our homeschool??) has recently proven once again to me.
One of the best handwriting resources I’ve found is a site where you can create your own handwriting worksheets.
So instead of writing rows of cursive letters over and over and over, the parent (or child, I guess) can easily customize pages of Bible verses, notable quotes, important historical documents, knock-knock jokes, or anything you could dream up.