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The amazing School Cursive LOE font

The Logic of English cursive font, created by David Occhino Design, is a beautiful, powerful piece of design technology. Every letter connects correctly, accurately reflecting the cursive handwriting students are learning in Logic of English curriculum. It may well be the most advanced cursive handwriting font on the market.

And it was quite an adventure to develop...

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LOE School Cursive Font is now available!


For those of you who have been waiting eagerly for it...

Our cursive handwriting font, School Cursive LOE™, is now available!

It’s beautiful, it accurately reflects the cursive handwriting students are learning in Logic of English curriculum, and you can purchase it for your own use from David Occhino Design!

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Essentials Workbook Changes

  • Logic of English will no longer be offering the Essentials Cursive Workbook.
  • Our next printing of Essentials will not have either a cursive or a manuscript version. It will be handwriting-neutral, usable with either style.
  • In the meantime, the workbook that says “manuscript” will be used as the workbook for all Essentials students. Students may complete the exercises in manuscript or cursive.

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July 2015 Newsletter

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Sounding Out the Dolch List with Logic of English: Lesson 3

TH says /th-TH/ as in thin and this

This Lesson Focuses on Voiced /TH/

Dolch words taught in this lesson:

that, them, then, this

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Sounding Out the Dolch List with Logic of English: Lesson 2

TH says /th-TH/ as in thin and this

This Lesson Focuses on Unvoiced /th/

Dolch words taught in this lesson:

think, thank, with

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Sounding Out the Dolch List with Logic of English: Lesson 1

S says /s-z/ as in sent and as.

Dolch words taught in this lesson:

is, his, as, has

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Sounding Out the Dolch List with Logic of English: Introduction

We have a brand new tool for parents and teachers who need to teach their students the high-frequency words in the Dolch List but want to use the logical, phonics-based approach used in Logic of English® curriculum. If you want to teach your children why each word is spelled the way it is, join us this summer on the LOE blog for...

Sounding Out the Dolch List with Logic of English!

A series of instant lessons by Denise Eide and Cindy Kringelis

These lessons will eventually be available for purchase as a set, but through October 2015 they will also be available as a free resource on the LOE blog.
[Winter 2015 update: Sounding Out the Sight Words is now available!]

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Why I teach the Logic of English to my EFL students

The Logic of English team is often asked about whether LOE curriculum is helpful for English language learners. As an EFL teacher, I have thought about this question a lot.

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LOE Party - Summer 2015!

Spread the word about LOE. Earn cash back.
Host a Logic of English party!

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