If you’re looking for some fun (but still educational!) things to do with your kiddos in November and December, we’re sharing Thanksgiving and Christmas-related ideas and activities this month and next month.
One thing some families enjoy during this season is singing Christmas carols or going Christmas caroling with a church group or with friends and family. (My favorite part of Christmas caroling is singing to the kind of folks who insist that we have hot chocolate or Christmas cookies before we head to the next house!)
For those who enjoy Christmas caroling, we’re sharing a free resource: Christmas Carol Cursive Copywork. While some may not teach cursive anymore, I still do! There are several reasons why I think it’s important to teach our children to write in cursive. You can read more about my reasons for teaching cursive in this article on the Hip Homeschool Moms site.
Not only will this copywork allow your children to work on cursive handwriting in a fun way, but it will also help them memorize Christmas carols!
This cursive-writing pack includes the following Christmas Carols:
*The School LOE Cursive Font by David Occhino Design was used to creation this document. This pack is not intended to replace handwriting instruction, nor is this product sponsored by or produced by LOE. Check out their Rhythm of Handwriting program for cursive instruction in this style!*