Support & Donations


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If you appreciate the free printable packets on this site, you can show your support in any of 3 ways:
1)   Share it with your friends and followers – word of mouth plus sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or other social media sites — every share helps!
2)   Leave a reply to a post, or send me a pic — I love to hear how my little creations are being used!
3)   Donate using the secure PayPal form below or directly from the PayPal website. (My PayPal email address is fhilgen [at] hotmail [dot com] — feel free to email me first to verify, if you prefer — again, I love hearing from people who are using my little creations, heehee! )
3 fonts featured on ABeka, DNealian, and Zaner-Bloser


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24 Responses to Support & Donations

  1. I REALLY enjoyed your printables, I am a teacher from Honduras!

  2. Paresh Sanchala says:

    This is not only a cursive writing printable pages…. It’s with lot of good useful information for my kid….

  3. 3rd Grade Teacher says:

    Can you please tell me the name of the Abeka style font? I need an alphabet line for my classroom, and I cannot find one in this font anywhere. I don’t mind creating my own, but I can’t find the font. Thank you!

  4. Tara says:

    Thank you for providing this! I’ve been looking for good pre-cursive materials for my daughter for awhile and this is the best I’ve found, so far. The more advanced pages should work really well for my 10 year old son, who really needs to improve his writing skills, too.

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  6. Blaire H. says:

    These are an answer to a huge prayer!!!!! We have to teach cursive but have no funding!!!! Thank you SO VERY MUCH!

    • mirror_eyes says:

      You are so welcome! I will be trying to put up more stuff ASAP, so you have more for coming years. 🙂

  7. Leena J says:

    Hi Fran, I like your picture and quote! I am a reading specialist and private tutor. I have all my students learn cursive if they are in 3rd grade or in college. I have them outline their hand and write in the palm and fingers why it is important to learn cursive. I got some tips from this website:

    • mirror_eyes says:

      Thanks, Leena! Passing that link on to other visitors, hoping they find it useful as well. 🙂

  8. Ro Santos says:

    Thank you for creating these free resources, i love it and really a big help for our homeschooling…

  9. Nitesh says:

    Hello Mirror_eyes..Your Work Is More great that just look. thanks fr providing these fonts ..they helped in my improving handwriting.Please mail me..

  10. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your site and the wonderful worksheets. I am homeschooling my son and your sheets provides him topics that interest him from snakes (eeeww) to Africa. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  11. Brooke says:

    My 7 year old homeschooled daughter now writes in cursive beautifully thanks to your 133 page first year cursive packet! That was all I used for her learning cursive, and it was completely wonderful and perfectly organized. THANK you for providing a high-quality source of learning for free!

    • mirror_eyes says:

      Wow, Brooke, that is one of the most encouraging comments I’ve ever received! Thank you so much for your feedback! 😀

  12. Julie says:

    So nice to have found your site. Which packets do you offer in Intermediate Abeka style.

  13. Barbara says:

    To: Mirror_eyes
    I am excited about these Cursive Handwriting Printables with some of my classes. I printed them but must say, I was disappointed that some of the words printed with loopy symbols and some letters were left off of words. Is there a way to print as it’s dislayed??

    • mirror_eyes says:

      Hmmmm… I’m not sure what the trouble could be, because these are all in PDF format. I’ve not heard of this problem before…

      Anyone have a solution to offer…? 🙂

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