Join Date: Jul 2003
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We've had absolutely no trouble with the kids learning to read other cursive fonts, and we use Getty Dubay for their writing. Reading a variety of cursive styles just takes a little practice. I used to write my kids little secret notes using a loopy D'Nealian style or something more chicken-scratchy or old Palmer font like their grandma's style. It was fun for them. Sometimes I'd put together clues, or just little messages or stories.
I don't think you need a program to learn to read cursive. Just a bit of experience. For my kids it came quickly.
Mountain mama to two great kids and two great grown-ups