Cursive Writing Practice

Cursive Writing Practice


Listen to the letter, Trace it, erase and try again!
A fun application that provides children and beginners with extra help to learn cursive-writing.

- Cursive-writing finger practice on your tablet
- Great for classroom settings or home teaching.
- Create your own art using a crayon, a marker, or a paint brush!


- No advertising
- No in-Apps purchase

More info at http://cursivewriting.co.uk
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$5.01
35
1.8
User ratings
4
Installs
500+
Concerns
0
File size
30621 kb
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About Cursive Writing Practice
Listen to the letter, Trace it, erase and try again!
A fun application that provides children and beginners with extra help to learn cursive-writing.

- Cursive-writing finger practice on your tablet
- Great for classroom settings or home teaching.
- Create your own art using a crayon, a marker, or a paint brush!


- No advertising
- No in-Apps purchase

More info at http://cursivewriting.co.uk

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 26, 2014
Boring Not very exciting for children. Some practice with writing words would be helpful. Not worth the price. My son played with this app cod about two minutes before getting bored.
A Google User
Mar 8, 2013
Lowercase only, slightly difficult to use My daughter wants to learn cursive now that I installed this app. That's the positive side. The graphics are cute and over all the layout is nice. Drawbacks- you have to tap on the screen to start before drawing the letter. Both my daughter and I find this awkward. Next, this is lowercase only and only offers one font choice. Both are negatives in my book. Who writes their cursive "p" like that?