I wasn’t happy with the look and feel of these digital books so I decided it was time for some remodeling.
The covers have gotten a facelift. The new ones have more of a manuscript feel to them.
The content has been quadrupled! There are a lot more versions of the text compared to what there was.
More features have been added. Music is now being integrated.
Here are more details on what you’ll find in these new copywork books.
4 Times the Material
The old pages typically had just one manuscript version and one cursive version. Now there are four versions of each. That’s eight different handwriting formats in all! They are:
- Traditional manuscript
- Dotted without lines. Good for tracing.
- Dotted with primary lines. Also good for tracing.
- Solid with blank primary lines. Useful for copying.
- Solid with blank standard lines. Practical for learning to copy on standard notebook lines.
- Traditional cursive
- Dotted without lines. For tracing.
- Dotted with primary lines. For tracing with triple lines.
- Solid with blank primary lines. Good for copying.
- Solid with blank standard lines. Again, useful for learning to copy on standard notebook lines.
Bonus Features Added
I like to try to throw a little something extra into my products whenever possible. I think that it gives them more value for their dollar.
Here’s what is included in each Homeschooling with a Touch of Class copywork book:
- Black and white illustrations for your children to color as well as some areas of white space where they can add their own drawings.
- Ideas for using the text in a variety of ways.
- A suggested list of classical music to go along with the copywork.
Listening to music while doing handwriting makes a potentially tedious task into a more enjoyable experience. In addition, there are these other benefits to adding music to your copywork sessions.
- It addresses the needs of auditory learners. It provides them with an aural stimulus.
- It’s a good way to introduce your children to classical music. Classical music has been found to be very beneficial for the brain.
- It’s a convenient way to integrate subjects. Who doesn’t like to combine things to save time?
- It creates a multisensory experience. Using a variety of senses solidifies learning because it creates a more complete and concrete learning experience.
Homeschooling with a Touch of Class Copywork Products
See a complete list of our copywork products in the Education section of the Warm Hearts Publishing website.
Have a great homeschooling year!