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CursiveLogic Kickstarter

I was recently contacted by Nathan Shrewsbury, one of the creators of CursiveLogic asking me to do a review but due to my work schedule I felt I wouldn’t be able to give it the attention it deserved. CursiveLogic is a new way to teach and learn cursive writing. Instead of learning how to write individual letters, CursiveLogic breaks down cursive writing into four categories which the creators call oval, loop, swing, and mound.  By focusing on the patterns of the letters in these categories CursiveLogic teaches cursive in way that is easy to learn.  Following one of the sample pages that is on the Kickstarter page, I can see the brilliance of the system.  After just a couple of minutes of practice, I could tell a difference in my oval letters (a c d g q o).  Even though I wasn’t able to do a full review of the system, I have backed the project. Patrick Rhone at The Cramped has also done a short post about CursiveLogic.

For more information about CursiveLogic visit the website or to back the project visit the Kickstarter page. You can also visit this page to help spread the word about the project.

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