CC Cycle 2 Weekly Sheets CURSIVE
CC Cycle 2 Weekly Sheets CURSIVE
CC Cycle 2 Weekly Sheets CURSIVE
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CC Cycle 2 Weekly Sheets CURSIVE

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Weekly Sheets for Handwriting Cursive Practice!

Supplement for the Cycle 2 CC Curriculum

Each version includes 50 pages and all 24 weeks of memory work.

These sheets are traceable, fill-in-the-blank and must be used alongside the CC 5th Edition Foundations guide.

(Full sentence traceable sheets are no longer available).

TIP: Use your homeschool Office Depot discount card to have this booklet spiral bound

***One digital purchase and print copies for each child in your own family. Please, do not share with multiple families. We are happy to enhance your homeschool experience, thank you for supporting ours!***

Also see PRINT version in our shop!

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UPDATED CORRECTIONS
| As of 9.16.2019 | New files sent to past customers |


Week 1 Science- (PRINT) missing the numeral 4

Week 2 History- (CURSIVE & PRINT) date should be 1054

Week 5 English- (CURSIVE & PRINT) should be Objective Pronouns

Week 6 History- (CURSIVE & PRINT) Renaissance misspelled in the heading.  Also missing "Shakespeare, a famous" in the sentence.

Week 6 English- (CURSIVE & PRINT) should be Possessive Pronouns

Week 7 English- (CURSIVE & PRINT) should be Possessive Pronouns Adjectives

Week 8 English- (CURSIVE & PRINT) should be Reflexive Pronouns

Week 10 History- (CURSIVE & PRINT) no space to write "expanded" due to the picture placement.

Week 13 History- (PRINT) last line should be "that began" instead of "the began"

Week 16 History- (PRINT) no place for "of" in the Battle of Midway.  

Week 18 English- (CURSIVE & PRINT) heading should be Five Cases of Nouns

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