This student copywork book is designed to be used in conjunction with the Morning Time plans. Each week, you’ll find two copywork pages: one with the weekly Scripture memory verse, and the other with the poem’s artwork and a space to choose a favorite line from the poem or read-aloud to copy. For older students, you could use the blank space for dictation or narration.
Why do we use copywork?
Copywork is not only useful for handwriting practice, but for learning proper grammar, subject/verb agreement, sentence structure, capitalization, punctuation, vocabulary, and even beginning composition skills. Students learn by imitation. By seeing something well written and copying it, they are eventually able to create their own well-written compositions.
Printed book: The printed guide is coil bound and features beautiful soft-touch laminate covers, designed to last.
I recently added this in for my second grader who needed more handwriting practice. My 4th grader has been doing the cursive version and loves the open ended writing opportunity on the back side of the pages. My son is also enjoying that now! We memorized Psalm 19 at the start of our school year so the kids especially enjoy copying those verses as that is the first copywork passage in this resource. I love everything from BDP and go to Whitney’s site often when I need resources for homeschooling!
We loved the recipes and fun! The scripture and history are so timely and interesting.
Hi! I’m Whitney. I’m a pastor’s wife, Charlotte Mason fan, and homeschooling mom of four. It's my privilege to write gospel-centered, literature-rich curriculum for families!
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