Published at Tuesday, 12 May 2020. Math Worksheets. By Aapo Okkonen.
Since cursive is not stressed after third grade students are not given enough practice to make cursive writing a habit. As a result many kids educated in the last two decades cannot write in, cannot read, or even sign their name in cursive instead they use block printing. It is interesting to note that the decline in cursive handwriting has paralleled the decades of decline in reading scores. The need to learn keyboarding skills is obvious. However, the need to learn how to write in cursive, while less obvious, is no less important. Little regard has been given to the interrelationships of handwriting development and reading, spelling and composition. The practice of handwriting and keyboarding can change how children learn and how their brains develop. Neuroscience researchers are trying to understand why units of language are affected differently when hands write by pen and by keyboard.
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