Imitation is important in education, but so is the object of that imitation. What to write is just as important as how to write. Not only do we want our littlest ones to form beautiful letters, we want them to copy beautiful words. If the goal is to take full advantage of each precious moment in education, why waste Copy Book time on anything less than the best?
Our Copy Books are three-in-one wonders that include memory passages, copy book exercises, and drawing pages. Copybook teaches penmanship, basic grammar, spelling, literature, accuracy, attention to detail, and memory - all through the simple skill of copying. We have selected Scripture from the King James Bible (chosen for its poetic verse) and classic children's poems such as those by Robert Louis Stevenson which describe the world in charming detail. The clean, facing pages provide plenty of space for your neophyte to draw and color the glorious passages provided. In years to come you will cherish these journals of your child's work.
Copybook I is the starting point for new writers (typically in Kindergarten). It starts with slightly larger margins that decrease over the next two books. Students begin by tracing, then move to copying directly under modeled words.
We use these in our homeschool and I am really impressed with them. After my children go through book 1-3 they move on to the cursive copy books my memoria press. Learn more HERE