I have added a new resource which I am super-excited about. It is the Latin Copywork book for John 1:1-7. I was thinking about the kids learning the latin, and I know they can recognize the words when I drill them, but I wanted them to think through the spelling of the words so their brain has a different way of digesting the information. I knew a copybook was the answer. I have begun teaching the kids cursive, but the preschooler is more comfortable with print most of the time. I created it to have cursive dashed, print dashed, and also just blank lines for students who can write independently. We will probably use all three versions at different times. I love that this reiterates latin, scripture, and handwriting all in one! There are also images on each page if the child wants to color them. You could put them in a folder when you are done, or hand them out to others!
There is also an english version of the John 1:1-7 Copywork Book. A recent customer who purchased this commented:
“We have been using the John 1:1-7 copybooks over “Christmas break” to practice both cursive writing and to work on memorizing the passage. The copybook has been wonderful and everything we expected. I LOVE using scripture for handwriting practice, and this was wonderful since it syncs with our CC memory work. Thank you very much for this resource!”
You can check out the Copywork Books here.