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Where keyboards and touchscreens dominate our communication, homeschool families might consider learning to write in cursive an optional educational endeavor. However, there's still a great need for students to learn the art of cursive writing. Beyond its aesthetic appeal and a student's ability to read historical documents, cursive writing actually offers several cognitive benefits. Research suggests that it can enhance fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, reading comprehension and more. That's why we're thrilled to introduce Master Books' Catch on to Cursive homeschool curriculum—a structured and enjoyable approach to mastering cursive script for students in grades 3 through 6, with a separate schedule available for older students. In this post, we will share why this unique curriculum works so well for homeschool families.