The Hanson Method is an innovative penmanship program which makes cursive writing easy to teach and learn. This method was developed and streamlined over a period of 14 years. It has proven to be efficient and highly effective for all students. It is the best way to teach and to learn cursive writing.
The Teacher's Manual contains 40 logically sequenced daily lessons that take only ten minutes each to complete. The letters of the alphabet are designed to ensure legibility and proper connection from one letter to the next. The Student Workbook contains practice pages for both classwork and homework. In just 8 short weeks, students will be able to write legibly.
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Sincerely, Ms. Hanson
Former Consultant U. S. Department of Education, Author, Creator of The Hanson Method, B. A. Elementary Education, M. A. School Administration, Educator.
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What is cursive?
Cursive is the joining together of the printed letters. It sounds simple, but without The Hanson Method it can become very complicated and challenging for most students. There is a best way to teach and learn cursive—The Hanson Method!
Why learn to write cursive?
A person can be identified by their writing. One’s signature on a document is legally binding. Writing in cursive is faster than printing. Writing personal cards and letters is a pleasure, a symbol of an educated person, and with cursive comes a sense of etiquette.
Why learn to read cursive?
Valuable cultural resources and historical documents such at the United States Preamble, Constitution, Gettysburg Address and many other valuable historical documents are written in cursive. With the disappearance of cursive writing skills, who in the future will be able to read our country's most historic documents in their original form? What will become of historical letters, and documents like private communications from historic leaders? writings of great public importance?
Also wills and land deeds are recorded and filed in our public records offices throughout America; millions have been written in cursive. Many of those records will remain legally significant for a very long time. Additionally, many towns, villages, and counties maintain record books of public meetings, and public business over the decades and centuries, all written in cursive. Who will keep, maintain, and interpret those irreplaceable records?
Experienced Teachers Say:
• These books make learning cursive fun! • Now all of my students love penmanship!
• Each daily lesson makes so much sense! • It's thorough, effective, simple, and fun! • It is a revolutionary handwriting system! • I wish my son's teacher had these books!