Exercises to help teens master cursive handwriting
Discover how simple it can be to learn the beautiful art of cursive handwriting. Professional artist and letterer Missy Briggs introduces the basics in this cursive handwriting workbook. It's filled with straightforward lessons that make starting out as easy as ABC. Practice exercises and fun activities show you how cursive can be used every day. You'll create your own signature, find out how to make an awesome bullet journal, and more.
The Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Teens includes:
Writing cursive, A to Z—From crafting each letter to forming complete sentences, this cursive writing workbook teaches everything needed to perfect cursive.
Info for all writers—Left handed? No worries! This book was written with both lefties and righties in mind.
Plenty of room to practice—Sharpen script skills with help from a multitude of practice pages, plus get links to digital downloads so you can print out even more.
Learn to write beautifully with the Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Teens.
About the Author
MISSY BRIGGS is a full-time artist and the author of Easy Creative Lettering. She turns creative lettering into an approachable art form for all—especially fellow lefties—and provides demos, tips, and tricks to her loyal following on Instagram @missybriggs and at MissyBriggs.com.
“Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Teens is a great way to engage teens in learning and practicing their cursive handwriting technique, which has become a lost skill these days with many schools and districts excluding it from their curriculum.” —Linda Walker, educational specialist and curriculum director
“As a principal, I know the importance of cursive handwriting, which is unfortunately not a focus of today’s instruction. Missy’s easy-to-follow book is a perfect bridge between school and home. Her expertise will help strengthen and refine cursive penmanship for any teen.” —Erica Wigton, PhD, principal
“Missy brings a simple but fun way to learn the ‘secret code’ of cursive. As a teacher who prefers to write in cursive, I have had students ask me to print because they can’t read cursive. With this book, even kids who think cursive is a thing of the past will be able to read and write like the historical figures we learn about.” —Nannette Gordon, 4th grade language arts teacher