This Portland University program has won its share of accolades. Sarita added it to the product line when one of her sons, whose handwriting was atrocious, began making
noticeable strides from the first day.
Its cursive characters are almost identical to its print characters, so the transition from print to cursive is easy. The attractive text is similar to calligraphy. (A student won a national writing contest with this style.)
Caveat: Because schools don't use the nonstandard italic method, some children may not initially recognize copy written in a more traditional cursive.