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Writing With Style (Cursive Writing Club)
Writing With Style (Cursive Writing Club)

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In this club, students will create a higher quality signature. Cursive handwriting will improve the attractiveness, legibility, and fluidity of one’s signature. Students will also learn to read and write in cursive.

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Northside Afterschool Enrichment Programs

Badge Type: knowledge

Expected Duration: 12 hours

Critera

  1. [required] Students can sign their name in cursive with their unique signature.
  2. [required] Students can read, make connections, and critically discuss historical documents written in cursive.
  3. [required] Students can communicate by writing a note in cursive.
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