Channie’s Quick & Neat is great for teaching Cursive!

This will be great for teaching Cursive First! It makes it very clear where the main floor, attic, and basement are. Glad I found this. Sometimes it’s the little things that make all the difference! —Homeschool mom

A Great Product for Charlotte Mason Homeschoolers!

I am so excited to use this to teach my soon-to-be 6 year old daughter cursive first (Channie’s Quick & Neat Cursive Pad). We have several other Channie’s products, so I was confident buying this one. I plan to teach her one letter at a time, then one word at a time, and work up … Read more

These pads are wonderful!

I have so many young students with very poor writing. These pads are helping them to improve. I am personally appalled at the apparent lack of time our schools are spending on writing. First they dump cursive, and now it appears there is no time to ensure that printing is legible! Sadly, many don’t even … Read more

Great for practice!

This pad is perfect for cursive handwriting practice. My daughter loves it and it has really helped with her letters. —Danyell G – Homeschooler

Wonderful

This little card is so handy to have right next to my son. With this card he doesn’t have to flip back and forth to see how a letter is written. —Danyell G – Homeschooler

Love it!

My 7yr old had a very hard time learning to us the lined paper cause he wrote small, but I had a hard time reading his hand writing. I bought this set hoping he would like it and he loves it. He said it’s so much easier to use. We use it for most of … Read more

Vision issues causes spacing issues

Due to my child having a vision issue, her words would all run together, therefore, there was NO spacing in between words. This allows her to see the lines and where her letters should go. We like this product so far. —Nicole P – Parent

Thanks a Million!

I can’t tell you how much I appreciate this! I have been really looking forward to receiving the pads. I have a first grader and a fourth grader that I am working on reading and language arts intervention. I have been searching high and low for something like this to add to our learning experience. … Read more

After Teaching Math For 13 Years, One Mom Finds Her Perfect Solution

My daughter, Gemma, is 5 ¾ (yes, three-quarters). When it comes to homeschooling styles, I lean toward the Charlotte Mason method, which means that we haven’t officially begun “school.” Charlotte Mason believed that a child should have “a quiet growing time, a full six years of passive, receptive life.” While I can’t claim to have … Read more