Steno writing alphabet for preschoolers
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You will need Do a Dot Markers or dot stickers to fill in the circles. It is really very simple. In the Ford method you do not omit vowels. Each of these strokes begins and ends on the same plane. Using Do a Dot makers or dot stickers is great for hand-eye coordination and fine motor sills. This will make your writing even faster. Teeline Shorthand Teeline Shorthand is taught to journalism majors in some Commonwealth countries, mainly the UK, but is little known elsewhere. I quickly discovered that existing shorthand methods were outdated and imprecise. It is not meant to be as fast as Gregg. When you take out the vowels you speed up writing but you also take out precision and readability.
It is based on geometrical curves and lines in varying lengths and angles written on lined paper. Lines are also written thin or thick using a special flexible fountain pen tip, though a pencil will work.
Vowels are often omitted for speed at the expense of readability, as in most shorthand systems. Writing in code is impractical and difficult. Even when written in full, words are much shorter fewer strokes than when written in longhand.
That is it. There are almost no rules to remember for the Ford Improved Shorthand method.
Alphabet Printables I have quite a few alphabet printables on my blog, but here are is a set that is easy and fun for preschoolers.
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