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Handwriting Curriculum

A research-based approach


Research supports the active teaching of handwriting. Recent findings demonstrate that writing by hand improves creative writing skills and fine motor skills. In fact, primary students have been found to write more and faster by hand than when keyboarding.


The hands-on, developmental approach to Get Set for School® Pre-K has provided hundreds of thousands of students the foundations needed for academic success. Millions of students all over the world have also used Handwriting Without Tears®. The easy-to-teach, easy-to-learn curriculum makes handwriting mastery joyful for students and their teachers.

Get Set for School® 
A curriculum that prepares nursery children for kindergarten

The Get Set for School® Pre-K curriculum is a proven success in preparing nursery children (N1 & N2: 3 - 4+ years of age) for kindergarten (K1 & K2: 5 - 6+ years of age).

Get Set for School® is an award-winning curriculum that includes three complete programs designed to prepare children for school: (1)
Readiness & Writing; (2) Language & Literacy; and (3) Numbers & Math.


The use of hands-on teaching materials and strategies make learning fun and easy for pre-schoolers and more importantly, enable them to foster success.

Handwriting Without Tears® 
A curriculum for kindergarten and primary school children

The Handwriting Without Tears® curriculum draws from years of innovation and research to provide developmentally appropriate, multi-sensory tools and strategies for teaching. The program follows research that demonstrates children learn more effectively by actively doing, with materials that address all styles of learning.


This curriculum is designed to make handwriting easy to teach and easy to learn, in just 15 minutes a day.


The use of hands-on activities and multisensory teaching strategies help build good handwriting habits early.


At Sound Ways,

a Certified Handwriting Specialist is available to

address any of your child's handwriting concerns.


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