That is just one reason why cursive can be a benefit to children. Research shows that cursive builds syntax skills that may help children form better phrases and sentences. A Université de Montréal study found that cursive may also help children become better spellers.
Students at Villa Madonna Academy learn cursive handwriting in second grade and continue to use it throughout elementary school.
To learn more about the programs at Villa Madonna Academy, please contact our admissions director, Janet Baugh, at [email protected]