"Write your name in cursive script!"
This application helps you practice cursive scripts.
Cursive script is meaningful when you write letters consecutively, not separately.
Tons of other applications provide programs to write cursive script without concerning the connection of an alphabet to another.
However, we guarantee that this specific application would be the ONLY ONE to provide the opportunity to exercise natural writing skills regarding the connectivity from a letter to another in cursive script.
- Cursive AB style
- Learn to write both upper-case and lower-case letters A to Z.
- Each letter will be shown the way to trace it.
- Stroke guidelines and pronunciation of each letter are provided.
- Practice connecting the letters together
- Type any sentences you want and practice writing them.
“Practice makes perfect !!!”
- bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Liking it just Fine
I’m a retired teacher who enjoyed helping 5 year old students who printed beautifully also learn cursive, as a “reward”. This is a great app for at home work. Nothing takes the place of one on one work with a writer, however. And the child using the app will require supervision and modeling for correct letter formation. A motivated adult needs no help, however. Cursive is an art form. It’s good for a child’s developing brain. It looks beautiful! Begin with the child’s name. The irritating sound Can be turned off, go to settings. My 7 year old grandson enjoys this work.
Can get same for free
Download cursive writing for free. It’s pretty much the same thing. I was looking for something that would tell me child if he did it wrong. This only has you trace, doesn’t provide error reports
Classic cursive instruction
(Firstly, please make sure to have a stylus to take advantage of the design of this app--using one's finger does not allow someone to learn how to draw the shapes at the correct degree/slant.)
I'm actually a mother in my 30's using this app to revisit the instruction I sorely took for granted when I was a child. Years of computing have degraded the quality of my penmanship and this app is successfully reviving what was taught in grade schools in the 80s. :)
Except this time, it just feels less tedious--perhaps because this time the user gets to choose what parts she is interested in learning. I have a small child, as well, and I think I would like to share this with her, once she masters printing.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.