VICTORIAN COPYBOOK WRITING
Copy Book, Victorian, Replica. Copy books were called this because children copied out the alphabet, or lines of writing, from examples they were given. They had to do several rows of copying. Through doing this repetitive copying, children were able to practice good handwriting, which was called 'fair hand'.
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Examples of Victorian Era Penmanship
The penmanship during the Victorian times was called Copperplate. It is a neat, round and usually cursive writing done with a metal Quill pen and ink. Children would also dedicate a lot of their time both in school and at home practicing cursive handwriting for kids.
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May 17, 2012Victorian Copybook. A Victorian stye copybook for use in a Victorian School Day. Add your own copperplate writing to the pre-lined pages.4.7/5(3)Brand: TES
Copybook (education) - Wikipedia
A copybook, or copy book is a book used in education that contains examples of handwriting and blank space for learners to imitate. Typical uses include teaching penmanship and arithmetic to students. A page of a copy book typically starts with a copybook heading: a printed example of what should be copied, such as a single letter or a short proverb. The rest of the page is