Book I begins with nine pages of manuscript review, quickly working through the entire alphabet. From there, it offers a series of one page drills for each letter, first 26 pages of lowercase (tracing a letter, writing the letter without tracing, practicing connections by writing the letter twice, and then using the letters in other words), and then 26 more pages going over the alphabet again in uppercase (where the letters are first traced, written without tracing, and then used at the beginnings of names). After this practice, students practice writing the names of the books of the Bible, and learn the Greatest Commandment and the Lord's Prayer. The book concludes with several pages of instruction on forming letters, both in manuscript and cursive.
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