There are immense benefits to learning cursive handwriting.
Yes, it is still relevant for reasons well beyond a good signature.
How we can help?
As a pioneer in education, Gayle L. Moyers dedicated her 55 year career to developing effective learning strategies. She recognized early on the importance of the auditory system, using music to empower learners and yes, cursive handwriting.
Parents and professionals are looking for solutions and shortcuts to better learning. Technology has bridged the gap in many ways, but it can never replace the development of rhythm and timing, spatial orientation, fluency and the hundreds of benefits of learning cursive handwriting.
In fact, she was so confident in the need to learn cursive she developed her own unique program and implemented Moyers Learning Systems Handwriting every chance she could.
Does This Sound Familiar?
- 👉 Writing takes a very long time.
- 👉Struggle with retention and memory.
- 👉Processing speed is delayed.
- 👉Can’t read documents written in cursive.
- 👉Handwriting is illegible.
- 👉Spelling is bad to mediocre at best.
- 👉Difficulty recognizing their own space.
- 👉Mathematics skills lack basic foundational skills.
- 👉Rhythm, timing and fluency are missing.
If you answered yes to any of these, then it’s likely you spent many hours and lots of $$ unsuccessfully trying to solve these problems.
We are experienced educators and we are committed to helping you make the difference.
After working as a reading specialist and an educational therapist for 55 years, Gayle L. Moyers had seen it all. She saw the development of handwriting instruction and the demise of cursive teaching. She heard the common complaints.
I need a proven system to teach my child cursive.
I want to learn from an expert in the field
There are so many books and it just seems to difficult.
The really good handwriting programs require a specialist
There aren’t any easy to follow, step by step programs.
Thankfully, you’ve found your way here and we can help!
We’re on a mission to help 10,000 students learn cursive handwriting Gayle Moyers’ Way.
Warm Up Exercises—-Gross Motor
Music to support rhythm and timing
Development of Spatial Orientation/Awareness
Move to Paper
Development of Fine Motor
Repeatable – Measureable