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Discussion in 'Primary' started by estock, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. I am a year 5/6 teacher and we currently use a very simple 'Nelson' style joined script. I have noticed that children that have come to us from other schools genrally have a much more fluent, curved style which seems much better than the style we teach. The print script and joined script are so similar with no loops that the children seem to slip back into print far too easily. Can anyone give me an idea about any other handwriting styles they have taught successfully and where I can find appropraite resources?

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