Cursive Copywork Printables: Island Story

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These were a lot more complicated to make than the others, and I’m less satisfied with them.  None of the cursive alphabets I have in Word pleased me 100%.  I could sometimes make the samples better to my liking by combining letters from different fonts, but this was tedious and not always successful (the capital S for one font was good, but others were not, and the best lower case script font has a most dissatisfactory letter ‘p’, etc).

I would only use these with a child who has pretty well mastered basic cursive, and is comfortable creating his own flourishes and creating his own style of handwriting.

Except for the last one, which is landscape, or horizontal (and also still in print), set paper to portrait (vertical), and margins to .25%.  Try print preview first to make sure it will fit well for you.  If you have any problems or suggestions, please feel free to share.  You can also make your own at this website.

copywork cursive Island Story 63 copywork cursive Island Story 65 copywork cursive Island Story 66 copywork Island Story chapter 62

 

copywork cursive Island Story 67

copywork cursive Island Story 68

copywork cursive Island Story 69

copywork cursive Island Story 70

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