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Should kids still be taught to learn cursive handwriting?

  • Because its important

    Yes because students need to know for the future and gives and idea for kids signatues so i say y y y y y y y e e e e e e e e s s s s s s s ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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  • Indeed it should be taught.

    Writing in cursive helps you remember it better. Also, you have to be able to know how to sign your own name. It also activates a different part of your brain than printing. Children who learn cursive score better on reading and writing tests. A lot of important historical documents, such as the Declaration of Independence and the Emancipation Proclamation are written in cursive. Cursive can serve as a teaching aid to dyslexic students. Also, some people have brain damage to where they cannot print manuscript, but can read and write cursive. Cursive writing is a part of our heritage and should still be taught and enforced in all schools.

  • No sane person needs cursive

    That is, unless they are in Mrs. Pearson's class, so they can know what it was like for us. The only thing it is good for is signing your name. You don't even need to learn cursive for that. All you need is to write in bad handwriting. Also, I have very bad handwriting, and do you think that cursive helps me? NO. My handwriting gets even worse. (if possible).


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