No other activity stimulates the brain the way writing does. Despite the prevalence of tweets, emails, and texts, writing is still a very powerful tool for learning.
Is there a comeback of cursive? Well, there are 14 states in the U.S.A. which still require students to learn to write in cursive handwriting.
The art of penmanship, aka Cursive, can be dated to as early as the 1850s in the United States.
The United States of America’s Declaration of Independence, which helped form our nation, is written in Cursive. All of the names of its creators are also handwritten.Continue reading
We live in a time where typing reigns supreme.
Most of our communication is digital and the immersive tactile experiences of penning a letter, hand-writing a story, or drafting a journal entry have gone the way of video rentals and tape cassettes.
Sadly, cursive writing is a lost art, with many states no longer requiring it to be taught to students. Which is an unfortunate trend for several reasons.Continue reading
Cursive writing is a style of writing where all the letters in a word connect. The interconnection gives a piece of writing a beautiful pattern that is pleasant to the eye.
We shall be looking at this writing and how one can discover their cursive writing style.
Cursive was a common writing practice for decades and is now only popular used when signing a name.Continue reading
If you want take up cursive for increasing the speed of your writing, or just write your name in a different way, you should know that cursive is not as difficult to learn as it might seem at first sight.
Truth be said, it takes some time to find your style, and practice it until your hand gets familiar with it, but in the end you will find the whole process a funny game.Continue reading