(cross-posted from Instructional FAQs for Yukon Public Schools)

Are you teaching handwriting, or are teachers you know in your school district teaching it? If so, here are some helpful websites that can help with handwriting. Kathy Davis, who is the Curriculum Director for Yukon Public Schools in Oklahoma, shared these recently in an email to staff.

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