Cursive writing is usually taught in third grade, when students are about 8 years old. At this age, most children are assumed to possess the skills necessary to master cursive writing. However, having the following skills is a better indicator of cursive readiness than age: If your child can print letters proficiently — not just copy the letters from an example — and has the fine motor skills to print small letters, he is likely ready to learn cursive.
Cursive Writing is rarely taught in school anymore, but still has remarkable benefits if learnt. The course is easy to implement and includes instructional media.
Course duration: 45 lessons