Jump to content


Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'copywork'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Welcome To The WTM Community
    • Announcements
    • Site News & Discussions
    • Introductions & Test Posting
  • Education
    • General Education Discussion Board
    • K-8 Curriculum Board
    • High School and Self-Education Board
    • Parents' Forum Afterschooling Board
    • The Learning Challenges Board
    • Accelerated Learner Board
    • Bilingual Education Board
  • Lounge
    • The Chat Board
    • Parents' Forum Networking Board
    • Sale and Swap Board
  • Welcome to the Kelli Forgot Me Group :D's Welcome to the Kelli Forgot Me Group :D
  • Canadians's Canadians
  • LCCers's LCCers
  • Following Charlotte's Following Charlotte
  • Thread Killers Unite!'s Thread Killers Unite!
  • Dark Side's Dark Side
  • Classical Unschoolers's Classical Unschoolers
  • Secular WTMers's Secular WTMers
  • International Home Schoolers's International Home Schoolers
  • WA WTMers's WA WTMers
  • Toddlers in duck tape's Toddlers in duck tape
  • C.O.F.F.E.E. Club (Christian homeschoolers)'s C.O.F.F.E.E. Club (Christian homeschoolers)
  • Rookie Logic Stage support group's Rookie Logic Stage support group
  • TOG'ers "Everything TOG"'s TOG'ers "Everything TOG"
  • Children's Literature's Children's Literature
  • WTM Lapbookers's WTM Lapbookers
  • Kickin' It's Kickin' It
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Announcements & Links
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y1 - Age of Patriarchs
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y2 - Age of Apostles
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y3 - Age of Triumph
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y4 - Age of Captivity
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y5 - Age of Monasticism
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y6 - Age of Mission
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Orthodox Electives
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Orthodox Christian Homeschooling
  • Afterschooling's Afterschooling
  • We <3 Macs! :D's We <3 Macs! :D
  • Lutheran WTMers's Lutheran WTMers
  • WTM Knitters's WTM Knitters
  • WTM Pre & K's WTM Pre & K
  • NCIS fans's NCIS fans
  • Breadbakers's Breadbakers
  • Gamers Table's Gamers Table
  • NaNoWriMO's NaNoWriMO
  • Positive Discipline WTM Group's Positive Discipline WTM Group
  • World of Warcraft's World of Warcraft
  • Cub Scouts's Cub Scouts
  • Food Storage's Food Storage
  • Weight Loss Support's Weight Loss Support
  • Fishbowl Living's Fishbowl Living
  • A Reader's Group's A Reader's Group
  • Raising Godly Tomatoes's Raising Godly Tomatoes
  • Lightly Christian and Other Inclusive Minded Spirituality's Lightly Christian and Other Inclusive Minded Spirituality
  • Deutsche Gruppe's Deutsche Gruppe
  • In the Kitchen's In the Kitchen
  • The Hebraic Mindset's The Hebraic Mindset
  • Aspies!'s Aspies!
  • Ask the Vet's Ask the Vet
  • Military homeschoolers (retired welcome)'s Military homeschoolers (retired welcome)
  • WTM Prayers's WTM Prayers
  • Nourishing Traditions dieters/Eat Fat Lose Fat's Nourishing Traditions dieters/Eat Fat Lose Fat
  • 1-2-3 Accomplish!'s 1-2-3 Accomplish!
  • WTM Musicians's WTM Musicians
  • Crockpot-ers United's Crockpot-ers United
  • Special Diet Recipes and Resources's Special Diet Recipes and Resources
  • Frugal Living's Frugal Living
  • Natural Living's Natural Living
  • Talk-in-Texas's Talk-in-Texas
  • Guatemala missions/cultural trip's Guatemala missions/cultural trip
  • Vitamix-ers's Vitamix-ers
  • Nurses's Nurses
  • W.A.C.I's W.A.C.I
  • Christmas cookie recipe exchange's Christmas cookie recipe exchange
  • Motivated Moms's Motivated Moms
  • Large Family WTMer's's Large Family WTMer's
  • Wii Fit!'s Wii Fit!
  • Well Trained Horses's Well Trained Horses
  • Beachbody Fanatics's Beachbody Fanatics
  • Mere Christianity's Mere Christianity
  • 2009 WTM Anniversary Conference's 2009 WTM Anniversary Conference
  • MFW Lovers's MFW Lovers
  • No More Sugar!'s No More Sugar!
  • Over 35 Losers (as in Weight)'s Over 35 Losers (as in Weight)
  • The Phonics Road to Spelling & Reading-The Bridge's The Phonics Road to Spelling & Reading-The Bridge
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention 2011's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2011
  • Spell to Write and Read-Wise Guide-Cursive First-The Writing Road to Reading's Spell to Write and Read-Wise Guide-Cursive First-The Writing Road to Reading
  • Waldorf Inspired WTM Homeschoolers's Waldorf Inspired WTM Homeschoolers
  • Well Trained Runners's Well Trained Runners
  • Scarlett's Quilt's Scarlett's Quilt
  • Exploring Orthodox Christianity's Exploring Orthodox Christianity
  • LEO Homeschoolers's LEO Homeschoolers
  • Oak Meadow's Oak Meadow
  • Red Flags!'s Red Flags!
  • This Country of Ours Book Club's This Country of Ours Book Club
  • Sweet Kids's Sweet Kids
  • Quirky Kids's Quirky Kids
  • The Tick Chicks's The Tick Chicks
  • DITHOR Genre Ideas's DITHOR Genre Ideas
  • Helpful Herbs's Helpful Herbs
  • Small Business Owners & Self-Employed's Small Business Owners & Self-Employed
  • Pregnant or Trying to Conceive WTM Moms's Pregnant or Trying to Conceive WTM Moms
  • The Weight Loss Challenge's The Weight Loss Challenge
  • Imp's New Smile Prayer/Positive Thoughts Chain's Imp's New Smile Prayer/Positive Thoughts Chain
  • Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics (Liping Ma)'s Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics (Liping Ma)
  • Kindle Book Sharing's Kindle Book Sharing
  • Gluten Free Homeschoolers's Gluten Free Homeschoolers
  • Writer's Workshop's Writer's Workshop
  • Free Curriculum for the Price of Printing's Free Curriculum for the Price of Printing
  • Central Texas WTMers's Central Texas WTMers
  • Writers's Writers
  • Bloggers's Bloggers
  • RFWP Valley Forge Conference's RFWP Valley Forge Conference
  • British Home Educators's British Home Educators
  • HCG Diet Support & Encouragement's HCG Diet Support & Encouragement
  • ¡Viva El Español!'s ¡Viva El Español!
  • No excuses weight loss.'s No excuses weight loss.
  • MFW: Exploring Countries and Cultures's MFW: Exploring Countries and Cultures
  • Japanese Language Group's Japanese Language Group
  • Christians Homeschoolers and public charter schools's Christians Homeschoolers and public charter schools
  • VP self paced history's VP self paced history
  • Learning Lifestyle Lists's Learning Lifestyle Lists
  • Kafkatime's Kafkatime
  • Nook Friends's Nook Friends
  • Well Trained Juicing's Well Trained Juicing
  • Science and Mathy Homeschooling's Science and Mathy Homeschooling
  • Pursuing a Classical Liberal Arts Education's Pursuing a Classical Liberal Arts Education
  • Pottermore for the WTM!'s Pottermore for the WTM!
  • Coursera Logic Students's Coursera Logic Students
  • Diverse Perspectives's Diverse Perspectives
  • Pregnant and due in 2012 - 2013's Pregnant and due in 2012 - 2013
  • LCHF (Low Carb; High Fat)'s LCHF (Low Carb; High Fat)
  • Catholic Coffee Break's Catholic Coffee Break
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2014
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2013
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2015
  • Disney Lovers's Disney Lovers
  • Nevada Homeschoolers's Nevada Homeschoolers
  • Nevada Homeschoolers's Nevada Homeschoolers
  • Foster Parent Support's Foster Parent Support
  • American Heritage Girls's American Heritage Girls
  • MFW K's MFW K
  • Muslim Homeschoolers's Muslim Homeschoolers
  • Muslim Homeschoolers's General Discussion
  • Muslim Homeschoolers's Islamic Studies
  • Sonlight Users's Sonlight Users
  • Chinese Homeschoolers's Chinese Homeschoolers
  • Urban Homesteaders's Urban Homesteaders
  • Traditional Large family logistics's Traditional Large Family Logistics
  • Vintage Catholic Book Club's Vintage Catholic Book Club
  • IEW Co-Op Teachers's IEW Co-Op Teachers
  • 52 Weeks to an Organized Home's 52 Weeks to an Organized Home Challeng
  • Working and Homeschooling's Working and Homeschooling
  • Colorado Home Educators's Colorado Home Educators
  • Home-Educating an Only's Home-Educating an Only
  • Modest Mothers Chat's Modest Mothers Chat
  • Well Trained Weight Watchers's Well Trained Weight Watchers
  • HS Chemistry - Fall 2013's HS Chemistry - Fall 2013
  • New England Homeschoolers's New England Homeschoolers
  • NLD Social Group's NLD
  • WTM Single Parents's WTM Single Parents
  • Immodest Homeschool Parents's Immodest Homeschool Parents
  • Vegan/Vegetarian home schoolers's Vegan/Vegetarian home schoolers
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's TWEM Forums
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's Don Quixote
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's How to Read a Book: Literary Analysis
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's Pilgrim's Progress
  • The Well-Read Mom Book Club's The Well-Read Mom Book Club
  • Using the Group CP control panel?'s Using the Group CP control panel?
  • ADD Moms's ADD Moms
  • American and Comparative Government's American and Comparative Government
  • Character Qualities &Biblical living's Character Qualities &Biblical living
  • Crafters Corner's Crafters Corner
  • All about Foster and Adoption's All about Foster and Adoption
  • Oncers and Grimms's Oncers
  • Narcissistic Personality: Staying Sane's Narcissistic Personality: Staying Sane
  • Diogenes Club's Diogenes Club
  • Well-Prepped Community's Well-Prepped Community
  • ap's ap
  • South Florida WTM Homeschoolers's South Florida WTM Homeschoolers
  • Montessori Education & Philosophy's Montessori Education & Philosophy
  • Evolutionary Creationism's Evolutionary Creationism
  • Parenting Intense Kids's Topics
  • Non-Believers (and Questioning) Group's Ask An Atheist/Agnostic
  • moms of high schoolers's moms of high schoolers
  • Minimalist Living's Minimalist Living
  • OneNote Planners's OneNote Planners
  • Seeking Scholé's Seeking Scholé
  • KDrama Fans's KDrama Fans
  • Well-Trained Adult College Students's Well-Trained Adult College Students
  • Rapture Discussion Group's Rapture Discussion Group
  • Caregivers Support Group's Caregivers Support Group
  • DuoLingo's DuoLingo
  • Intellectuals's Intellectuals
  • STEM kids's STEM kids
  • World Languages's World Languages
  • Crafty Challenge- Drawing/Doodling's Crafty Challenge- Drawing/Doodling
  • Wee Folk Art Simple Seasons Curriculum's Wee Folk Art Simple Seasons Curriculum
  • Classical philosophy discussion's Classical philosophy discussion
  • Happiness Project's Happiness Project
  • Introverted Parents's Introverted Parents
  • Paleo People's Paleo People
  • Fantasy & Sci-fi Geeks's Fantasy & Sci-fi Geeks
  • We Should Be Writing's We Should Be Writing
  • LGBT Support Group's LGBT Support Group
  • 2016 Project 366's Test post
  • Essential Oils's Essential Oils
  • Essential Oils's Topics
  • Homeschool Group Leaders's Homeschool Group Leaders
  • The Unschool-ish Group's The Unschool-ish Group
  • Archived WTM Politics's WTM Politics
  • Integrated Science's Integrated Science
  • Pregnancy Without Drama!'s Pregnancy Without Drama!
  • The Whole30 Group's The Whole30 Group
  • Dolciani's Dolciani
  • Veteran homeschoolers help & encourage's Veteran homeschoolers help & encourage
  • Fiesta Texas peeps's Fiesta Texas peeps
  • Breaking the Barrier Spanish 1's Breaking the Barrier Spanish 1
  • Current Events and News's Current Events and News
  • EDS's EDS
  • Low Carbers's Low Carbers
  • Instant Pot WTMers's Instant Pot WTMers
  • Bible Accountability's Bible Accountability
  • Salvage Mind Software for Human Minds's Salvage Mind Software for Human Minds
  • Dealing with Chronic pain's Dealing with Chronic pain
  • Parenting Children with Anxiety's Parenting Children with Anxiety
  • current events's current events
  • Kitchen Fanatics's Kitchen Fanatics
  • Parenting Children w/Chronic Illness's Parenting Children w/Chronic Illness
  • Bi-partisan Current Events Discussion's Bi-partisan Current Events Discussion
  • American School of Cor. Families's American School of Cor. Families
  • Co-op Organizers's Co-op Organizers
  • Full-Time Rving - Traveling's Full-Time Rving - Traveling
  • The Literary Hub's The Literary Hub
  • Archived The Literary Hub's The Literary Hub
  • Health Anxiety Support's Health Anxiety Support
  • Homeschooling with mental illness's Homeschooling with mental illness
  • PANDAS/PANS Support Group's PANDAS/PANS Support Group
  • Vegetarian and Vegan's Vegetarian and Vegan
  • Not Sure How to Delete It's Secular Libertarian/Conservative HS
  • Nanowrimo 2018's Introductions
  • Nanowrimo 2018's Novel Plans
  • Nanowrimo 2018's Write!
  • Recipes, Menus, Food, Parties, Holidays's Threads
  • Progressive Christianity's Topics

Product Groups

There are no results to display.

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL











  1. Time Left: 1 day and 21 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • NEW

    AcreSoft Psalms Memory Verse Grammar Copybook is a PDF file, of printable pages. These pages are great for copywork and grammar practice, and at the same time learning Bible memory. The PDF Contains Psalms 1, 8, 23, 67, 91, 103, and 121. After printing you can use the lines for copying the verse; and fill in the grammar puzzle box, by writing the words under the correct part of speech. There is also a section with answers for the grammar puzzles. The grammar puzzle colors are designed to go with the Montessori grammar object colors.


  2. I am wondering what y'all would suggest, that is open-and-go and non-denominational/secular, to prepare a child for basic copywork in 1st grade? The goal would be to be able to copy very simple sentences in WWE-style, with me there to help with letter formation and mechanics as necessary. We're working through Zaner-Bloser K at the moment, and will start ZB1 for handwriting after that. I own IEW PAL but the child really doesn't like the letter scripts of that program so we haven't used it much at all. TIA!!!
  3. I need some advice as to how to do writing with my newly 9 year old DS. He has ADHD and dyspraxia which I realize challenge him in doing writing work (double whammy- attention to his thoughts long enough to finish writing the words and the muscle tone/control of handwriting). We've done WWE 1 and 2, IEW through writing a paragraph, and now BJU English. The WWE just got so repetitive (for both of us), he had total freak-outs with IEW when we reached the time and intensity of combining multiple paragraphs for storytelling so our most recent effort was BJU English. I thought that would be a g
  4. Okay, I'm getting up on my soapbox here. Plug your ears. :D CM did not require "just copywork" from her young students! There. I said it. I'm not sure where the rumor got started; but it's not true, according to the first volume of her educational series, Home Education. Below, I'll post some exercises CM suggested for the younger set. Now, mind you, I'm no CM expert. I've only read the first volume of CM's work so far. But I've read SO MANY times in SO MANY places that CM just had children write "a little bit" and "just copywork for the first several years" that I
  5. I pulled out my WTM book a couple of days ago to review where we are and where we are going in regards to next year. As I considered the writing suggestions for students, I saw that the book recommended having an occasional assignment of writing a letter to someone. My students are a 6 year old/1st grader DD and an 8 year old/2nd grader DS (doing 2nd again because we have always regretted started him in K when we did instead of waiting for the next year...he has a July birthday and is slightly delayed development). We were at the library and left both of them to begin free writing their let
  6. There is a lot on currclick, and I am sure elsewhere. Can you recommend your fave? This is for my 8 year old primarily, but I would also love to find something i can use with my 11 yr old to brush up on his cursive. I have heard lighthouse publications on currclick is good, but it is a bit pricey, and I am not sure if I need a color printer (which I don't have...) Thanks!
  7. Hello all, I would like to use some wise, contemplative quotes, and famous passages from books or speeches as copywork. It is for handwriting practice but also just to become acquainted with various famous quotes and passages throughout history. So things like a quote from Albert Einstein, or part of a speech by a president, etc. What are reliable resources for quotes? There are a bazillion quote websites, but I have seen many errors, many versions of the same quote, etc. How do you know if that was really Albert Einstein? So, besides going and hunting down originial sources and t
  8. I've been looking, but I can't seem to find this anywhere.... My son is going into 2nd grade (8 in Oct.). I'm using several different programs for different subjects that all contain some type of copywork. (MFW Adv, WWE workbook 1, FLL-some, Apologia Jr. Notebook and maybe more that I can't think of right now) Obviously, doing all that copywork would be to much. I'm already planning to skip any/all copywork in FLL and probably the copywork in Apologia. But, I'm not really sure how often copywork should be done. In WWE1, it is 2 days a week. So, is that all he needs? How often should
  9. My son is finished with his basic cursive book and I would like him to start cursive copywork for practice and maybe help with some grammar too. I like the idea of copying pieces of good children's literature but don't want to write it out myself. Is there a cheap, good resource for cursive copywork? I don't want to print it out from a CD either as my printer is already overworked. I'd like it to be like a spiral notebook that he copies onto his own notebook. I've looked on amazon and rainbow and nothing much came up on Amazon and the choices on rainbow were a little overwhelming with not many
  10. Hi, I just wanted to post that I have some free copywork books for K/1st on my website. I made a copywork book for the verses in the Little Hearts for His Glory guide from Heart of Dakota. (Also on Hide 'em in Your Heart CDs). It is zaner bloser handwriting font with outlined letters to copy. I am also going to be putting together another copywork book that will break up the verse into four days where the child will copy it in their handwriting, not by copying over outlines. Here is the link to the copywork page of my website: www.momentswithapril.com/copywork/ I am also going to wor
  11. I tried searching threads, but I don't have time to go through all of them. :lol: I am looking for free (I may pay a small price for something I really like and can be instant download) cursive copywork for my 5th grader who needs lots of handwriting practice (still). I have websites marked that you can make your own, but I am too lazy and want to just print something all ready done. Thanks for doing the work for me! :D
  12. I figure this is probably something that a lot of folks have to deal with, so... give me your ideas for making writing interesting for a kid that: -is writing-phobic -hates copywork (no challenge, I think) -does great with dictation (until it gets long, due only to writing stamina, not memory ability) -hates journaling type things (his journal from school was mostly just the writing prompts copied with nothing added to it - he's the type of kid mentioned in SWB's lectures... doesn't do well with creative writing yet) So far, I've added notebooking, having him draw a picture and writ
  13. I was all set to use WWE1 with my dd6. But after reading an opinion from Wanda Sanseri, author of SWR, I am feeling ambivalent about it. I tend to agree that I really want my dd to practice visualizing words in her head and becoming adept at writing words that way. However, in spite of having beautiful handwriting, her stamina is very poor, which is why I still am considering the copywork. My other concern is that in SWR, the child is supposed to compose their own sentences to write. But my dd has a lot of trouble with this exercise. She always wants to compose long and complex sent
  14. I'm not sure if this even exists, but I'd like to get a book of just copywork on aobut the 1st/2nd grade level. We're doing WWE1 for the second time with DS and he just absolutely cannot do narrations. He can't for history, he can't for writing. I'm not sure if it's a processing issue. He can remember other things read to him, but he just cannot deal with being put on the spot for anything. He gets shook up, mind goes blank, etc. So, I'm not going to do narrations with him. Don't need that grief anymore. But, I would like him to do do copywork everyday. So, is there a book (workbook preferre
  15. I found this at one point, and it worked great, but I lost it! You type in the copywork, and it spits out the copywork in cursive and has lines for the kids to copy on. Thanks!
  16. D'oh. So, dd is doing 1st-4th work generally, but is a K'er in handwriting/writing. I recently stopped letting her lag behind on it and started some copywork. Just one sentence at a time, nothing too long, but a nice sentence, something that showed good structure. I've used bits from our geography ("Palo verde" means "green stick." "Alaska is the coldest state."). I've even used her current love ("He-man always saves the day!"). Nothing worked. She would do it, but it would usually take cajoling and it would be an unreadable mix of uppercase and lowercase jumbled together with no spaces an
  17. Copying a picture, Spelling listrule, Literature section, Math section/instruction snippet, Bible text, Science definition/paragraph, etc.? I'm thinking of giving each of my kids 2-3 choices per week of copy work, however I want them to be able to choose for themselves. I am thinking that they will be able to choose what they use for copywork (with my approval), and they must, must do their best- handwriting, grammar, etc. Also, I will have them do 2-3 *different* types of copywork per week. Does anyone do this? What are your thoughts? I'm trying to get some cr
  18. Does anyone know where (or if) I might find a Zaner-Bloser type of font for cursive? I have StartWrite 4.0, but it doesn't do what I want. :glare: I want to make a copybook for my second grader, with the sentences to be copied in the cursive font, but the other instructions in a regular typed font. KWIM? Is there a free cursive font anywhere? I have been looking... :bigear:
  19. My 9 yo ds has some challenges with writing. We are going to finish WWE 2 this spring, as he finished fourth grade. He does fine with dictation and the narrations, but copywork is still not going as well as I could have hoped. He still makes several small mistakes in each assignment-in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. Taking dictation, he is actually LESS likely to make these same errors. I'm just not sure how to proceed. Any thoughts?
  20. We are starting this week with a completely renewed dedication to WTM and one of the things that I want to add into our days are copywork, narration, and eventually dictation. We start our days with penmanship, because both DDs love it. We use A Reason for Handwriting and neither wants to give it up. Ever! They love Fridays (Border Sheets) and I like it that they are using Bible verses for practice. I can see how Fridays could be considered copywork, since they copy an entire verse or two... But it seems that adding copywork on the other days, which is to be done in their best penman
  21. I think handwriting is one of those areas that can more easily be overlooked at home, esp when we let our children use the computer to write essays. Recently I was comparing the handwriting of my daughter's friend with that of my daughter and realized that my daughter was not getting enough practice to be able to write paragraphs really fluidly and speedily on her Swiss exams. So we're working once again on handwriting. In looking back through her work in 1st to 4th grade, I realized that part of the problem was that she didn't get that much instruction with slanted whole word script.
  22. I am considering using the writing curriculum put out by the Institute for Excellence in Writing for the elementary years and beyond. Has anyone used it? Do you like it? What have other people used? I noticed that the main curriculum starts in 3rd grade. Before that there is a phonics curriculum and a spelling curriculum. Has anyone used phonetic zoo? Are their other phonics or spelling curriculums that would be better to use? Phonetic Zoo is kind of expensive. What about explode the code? What about something more hands on (less worksheet based)? there was a curriculu
  23. OK, girls, straighten me out here. I was talking to Mom (a ps K teacher) last night, and copywork came up. I mentioned that I planned to do with with Monkey, and she started telling me how worthless it is: basically, the only thing that he'll get out of it is penmanship, and that can be practiced in better ways, like journaling his own creative stories. Mostly, Mom is pretty supportive - in the same conversation she was offering to loan me some stuff she's been looking at in her Master's work, once she's got it done next month - so this caught me a little off-guard! I had a look back thro
  24. Anyone doing this? We have been using Italic. I like the way it looks and it's easy on the boys. But, now that I'm teaching my youngest I realized my handwriting is just as nice. My 12 year old is just getting into cursive. Is there a certain order to learning cursive I should consider or can I just write out copywork and let him copy it?
  • Create New...