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We will start homeschooling this fall 🙂
We don’t useit but I’d be really interested to find out more about it.
We use copywork in science and Bible and LA, depending on the day and the mood and what I have on hand or made…
Love using copywork! It’s a blessing for young boys and girls who aren’t ready for writing paragraphs on their own.
Samples of your work are lovely. The selections are great, they follow through nicely with classical studies for younger learners.
Karen Robuck says
I love the idea of copywork. It’s better than having your children copy words or phrases that are not connected, and maybe what they write will stick in their heads.
my kids struggle with writing so this looks like it would help
I appreciated the samples I previewed. Thank you for the chance to win! 🙂
We use copywork with our language arts, and my boys don’t whine about it nearly as much as they used to. 😉
Kathy H. says
First time I have heard of it. Looks. Really good.
Hillary Gould says
I currently am not using copywork. I am WANTING to use copywork to help my children memorize Bible verses and also with handwriting practice.
Jennifer Harwood says
I currently just use it as a tool to practice writig.