Learning should be fun, but when you're teaching cursive writing, it can be a challenge to make learning cursive writing fun. Today, we threw in a bit of art (shame on all you administrators for taking it out of classrooms) and we learned how to write cursive letter strokes using watercolors.
A student will make more fluid natural strokes using a paintbrush, so this is a super way to connect watercolor painting and cursive writing.
We started with the basic cursive writing strokes: undercurve, downcurve, overcurve, slant, and connector.
Robin Sellers @ Sweet Tea Classroom
This is such a fun idea! It will also teach the kids that they don't have to press so hard when they're writing and get an ache in their arm.. just let it flow!ReplyDelete
Teacher Kirra:Maestra Kirra
So great! My daughter Lorelei is finishing kindergarten this week and has been excited to learn cursive over the summer as it is not taught at her school. I showed her this (she reads well) and she says she wants to learn this way too!ReplyDelete
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