Wendi K @ Wendi Kitsteiner

The Quick & Neat Alphabet Pad from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks is so simple … read more


Pam H @ Simply Passionate

To learn and grow can be an enthusiastic time for ‘little learners’ who are eager to master school skills … read more


Deann H @ As We Bloom

My youngest (1st grade) is still learning cursive, and though she’s doing quite well, she does need daily practice … read more


Jennifer K @ Organized Homeschooler

I believe every child should learn to read and write cursive, so I jumped at the opportunity … read more


TaNeisha K @ Marriage Motherhood

Bam Bam was so excited to accept his first solo review item from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks … read more


Kelly A @ Our Everyday Harvest

One of the latest things that we’ve begun to tackle is teaching my son how to write. Since he is still quite young … read more


Heather K @ Running With Spears

My three year old, Smiles, has been wanting to do school like her big sisters this year, so she was thrilled … read more


Ritsumei H @ Baby Steps Cursive

We were given the Easy Peasy Cursive book, from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks to review. These are simple and straightforward: notepads full of letters to practice … read more


Cassie D @ No Greater Joy

Cursive Writing is so important, and in my opinion, mandatory for all young children to learn. There have been so many studies on the affects that cursive writing … read more


Kristi H @ Classically Quirky Learning

We go through an insane amount of math curriculum in our family. To the point that when we run out of worksheets, my son will create his own on a … read more


Felicia M @ Homeschool 4 Life

We were happy to be able to review Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks. Our 3rd grader was excited to be able to use their Easy Peasy Cursive book. Even though … read more


Rebecca C @ Our Life Homeschool

My 1st grade daughter started learning cursive this year. She has picked up on it quickly, but I thought she could use some extra practice and … read more


Lisa M @ Farm Fresh Adventures

While our family isn’t really a worksheets homeschooling family, we do like to use them now and then for supplemental work. My youngest son ADORES math, and is always … read more


Renita B @ Mom Of Many

Cursive handwriting is alive and well at Bentz Academy! Teaching it just got easier with Easy Peasy Cursive from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks designed for … read more


Melissa B @ Moms Plans

My mom went to two graduation parties this year where the high school graduates could not read the cards because they were written in cursive, and, unfortunately, cursive just is … read more


Christy B @ The Travel Bags

I have a child whose handwriting…well…stinks. In large part this is my fault for not supervising him early on and just relying on the Scooby Doo handwriting book I … read more


Steph B @ Swinging Hinges

Learning how to add and subtract as a young elementary student is hard enough, but couple that with messy handwriting and an inability to keep numbers neatly … read more


Tricia H @ We Can Hackett

The Quick & Neat Alphabet Pad from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks provides an excellent writing paper for doing daily copywork! We were excited to have Evie (1st Grade) use this for the … read more


Tere S @ Puddle Jumping

At our house, math is the one subject that can turn an otherwise happy child into a crying, upset, arguing student, so I figure the best way to quench these upsetting math moments is to help them master … read more


Brittany R @ Moms Heart

Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks offers a variety of print, cursive and math workbooks for elementary students. My 8 year old needs to learn cursive, so I was … read more


Jennifer D @ Thou Shall Not Whine

*Welcome to Thou Shall Not Whine! Start here if you’re new to find the most popular posts. If you’re encouraged by what you read here, subscribe here to receive freebies, frugal tips, and … read more


Renita K @ Krazy Kuehner

Some days it’s really hard to homeschool. Life happens. Distractions happen. Sometimes it’s special needs that need that extra practice. Well we had all of that happen to … read more 


Brandy A @ Our Thrifty Home

It is important to us that our children learn to write cursive. When we were blessed with the gift of reviewing our choice of a Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks I knew right away … read more


Erin H @ Mommy Ocotpus

We have recently had the opportunity to review a product we hadn’t seen before through the Homeschool Review Crew. One Page a Day: Double Digit Math Problem Workbook from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks is perfect for young … read more


Laura M @ Chicken Coop

I remember learning cursive in school and really enjoying it….does that make me strange? And I have always incorporated cursive into our children’s school as well. It’s just something kids … read more


Lisa M @ chickensbunniesho

Cursive is not my favorite thing to teach. It’s also not one of Captains things to practice. However for the last few weeks we have been working through the … read more


Crystal A @ Eccentric Eclectic Woman

My family had the privilege of trying Easy Peasy Cursive from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks for this review to use in conjunction with our own … read more


Laura O @ Day by Day in Our World Alphabet

Handwriting is a nemesis subject for me. It isn’t that I don’t like showing my boys how to write well-formed letters. Rather it is that they … read more


Martianne S @ Training Happy Hearts

My youngest is ready to learn and practice cursive, and I am ready for some “easy buttons” during lesson times, so a recent chance to review Easy Peasy Cursive by Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks was well-timed for us! … read more


Meredith N @ FromMeredithtoMo

Handwriting is not a strength in our homeschool. From the very beginning, the girls have struggled with letter formation and I have struggled with the best way to teach them. And trust me, we’ve tried it all … read more


Lisa T @ Maggies Milk

Some of my kids have needed a little more support in the handwriting department than others. I’ve tried various products over the years, but haven’t found anything I really loved yet. On my quest for a solid handwriting program … read more


Amber S @ 200 Fingers & Toes

Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks are just what we needed as we move up in math skill. We are reviewing the One Page a Day: Double Digit Math Problem Workbook – 1st to 3rd to get my daughter’s … read more


Jennifer K @ Peace of Mind

We aren’t really big on workbooks around here but my youngest two (2 and 6) love to have their own thing to do each day. Like their big brothers. Most of the time I search for fun things for them to color and copy online, but this time … read more


Crystal H @ Living Abundantly

Handwriting has been a bit of struggle for my seven-year-old daughter. Her pencil grip from the start has always been awkward and she just really resisted following the “rules” I taught her about how to form … read more


Jacqui T @ Homestead Bounty Blessings

If you have a Pre-K to 1st grade student who is working on their letters and writing then you might want to check out Easy Peasy Alphabet … read more


Karen W @ Tots and Me

I decided I wanted the children to work on their handwriting this year. Not only are we working on neatness in print, but we are practicing cursive as well. I’ve always felt that it is very important for children to learn to write in … read more 


Elsye R @ Oiralinde

Kaelyn has never worked on cursive before so this was her first time with it. I love the way the book is set up with the angled lines and shaded portion for the lower case letters but … read more


Jenn P @ Treasuring Lifes Blessings

My younger children often want to “do school” like their older siblings so I try to find things they can work on while the older kids are working on their school work. My 4 year old has really been trying to practice writing letters lately so she was excited … read more


Kellyann W @ Walking Home

My son has recently shown interest in learning cursive. I was not sure what I was going to use or how to even start. My older children used italic handwriting programs … read more


Lisa T @ Happy Homeschool Mom

Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks were developed when a mom saw how much her son struggled with handwriting issues and she wanted a way to help him. She created some worksheets that had visual guides to help children see and practice exactly how they needed to … read more


Ashley N @ Gifts of Chaos

Monkey loves math, but as I’ve mentioned before, his handwriting holds him back when it comes to worksheets. One Page a Day: Double Digit Math Problem Workbook from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks has helped with both his … read more


Erika L @ RaisingLeafs

Math seems to be a subject that you either love or hate. I have kids in both categories (and sometimes a child who is in both categories in any given day, ha). But no matter your feelings on the subject … read more


Jodie G @ Insane in the Mombrain

Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks had actually been on my radar for a long time when this review with the Crew came up. I’ve been watching them since I first saw them on educents … read more


Erin S @ For Him and My Family

As my children have aged I’ve realized that we need handwriting help. Their handwriting leaves a lot to be desired. While they might have had nice neat handwriting at some point in time it’s gotten a bit … read more


Jenn L @ Real and Quirky

When I was growing up, I remember doing something my teachers called sponge activities, which was working for 5-10 minutes on a worksheet or problem they stuck on the projector to get our brain juices flowing before we began our … read more


Stacie L @ Super Mommy

One of the things I have been working on with my daughter is cursive. She has started up with wanting to try to learn it again. This time around she is not so frustrated. We have been enjoying … read more


Melinda W @ Weiser Academy

Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks are consumable student workbooks that have a patent pending method for handwriting practice. They may look simple at first glance, however … read more


Desiree W @ Our Homeschool Notebook

I have a 1st grader that knows the basics of writing his letters and numbers, but are they always the same size and shape? No. Sometimes Usually he writes really big letters, and when I tell him to write smaller he … read more


Amanda H @ Hopkins Homeschool

Cursive is a must learn in our homeschool. While many schools are skipping this in their learning, we have decided that each of our kids should be able to at least read it, even if they have a hard time writing … read more


Jacquelin C @ A Stable Beginning

You know how I told you yesterday that McKenzie really enjoys doing worksheets for school? Well today I have another great product to share with you from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks called … read more


Amy B @ the Write Balance

Handwriting can be a sore subject sometimes. To kids it can feel so tedious. Parents and teachers are continually debating the validity of learning cursive. Especially when it might take your … read more


Nicole C @ Some Call It Natural

When I had the chance to review the One Page a Day: Double Digit Math Problem Workbook by letting my 9-year-old use it for daily math practice, I anticipated it being a bit of a chore for … read more


Victoria E @ Via Bella

My son is in first grade and frankly, handwriting hasn’t been something he has been practicing as much as I want so we are pleased to review … read more


Katie H @ Midnight Mom

My daughter began preschool a few weeks ago, and she takes it very seriously. she loves sitting down and working on her letters and numbers. I knew these workbooks from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks, would be great. The My First Letters book has been … read more


Julie C @ Little Bits Of Life

The girls have begun to learn cursive handwriting. I think all kids should learn how to write and read cursive. So much of our history is written in cursive and everyone needs to have a nice readable signature. We have tried several different books … read more


Jennifer A @ Faithful Homestead

Do you have a pre-schooler or Kindergarten age student who is ready to do school like the big kids? That is our Hannah. So when she got her very own …
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Melanie S @ Jubilee Reviews

My First Letters from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks has been a joy for my 2.5 year old to use for her school time.
If your preschool already knows the basics of making the letter, Channie’s Easy Peasy Alphabet will give them even more … read more


Margaret C @ Creative Madness Mama

A few months ago, I was trying to find something to tide us over through the summer for my girls while browsing in our local Neighborhood Tutor teacher’s store. I came across a new set of workbooks, Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks, that the owner was very excited … read more


Jenn B @ Crayons To Keyboards

I have a kindergartener that is just starting out learning how to write his letters and numbers. Train Buff had the opportunity to work on handwriting while we reviewed … read more