Thursday, February 2, 2017

A Review of The Art of CursiveLogic




If you remember, a while back I had the chance to review the cursive writing program called CursiveLogic. This program seeks to make cursive writing easier to learn and teach by using a color coding method, and breaking the steps down to their fundamental units. This is a really great program to use to teach special needs learners the art of cursive writing. Well, the great folks at CursiveLogic just developed a new adult coloring book that is currently on Kickstarter right now!

This coloring book uses the same repetitive strokes learned in the workbook to create the beautiful images of the coloring pages. This is GREAT for older students to practice, and even those who can already write in cursive. I have been writing in cursive for years and years, and I found a lot of enjoyment out of this book so far!


Beyond that, as you can see the image above, there is additional cursive practice, making this a fun, and educational book to have.




The pages are beautifully designed and illustrated, and the patterns provide a lot of practice with smaller letter shapes, and fine motor skills. You must turn the page this way and that, which also leads to more proficient writing skills, especially for those with special needs who may forget to turn their page when writing.

Overall, I am really impressed with the CursiveLogic coloring pages I received to review. So please check them out on their Kickstarter campaign, and see what a great book this is!




**I received this this book through CursiveLogic in exchange for my honest review. I wasn't required to write a positive review, nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family.**

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