Getty Dubay Italics Handwriting is a complete handwriting program from kindergarten through sixth grade. This program is often recommended for children with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning challenges because of it's simplicity.
Students are taught the print alphabet using a method that rarely requires the pencil to be lifted from the paper when forming a letter. The print alphabet is then transitioned to cursive by a series of joins; eliminating the need for children to learn a second writing method when switching from print to cursive. An instructional guide with activities, assessment strategies, and adaptations for learning-challenged students is also available.
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We used Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting, Books A-E and Instruction Manual from January 2006 - current. Likes: The books gradually increase in difficulty …
Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Reviews
We used Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting, levels A-E from 1993 to present. Likes: This is a simple, make-sense way to write. The handwriting is easy to …