September Copywork – Cursive Font



September copywork handwriting practice in a CURSIVE font is perfect for your writers ready to use cursive, even beginning cursive!

This set of 30 copywork pages comes in 2 CURSIVE styles to choose from:

Cursive with guides

or just Cursive

You can choose what your child needs.

The CURSIVE with guides has directional arrows and numbers so little learners know each step of letter formation as they trace. This allows you to focus on other aspects of handwriting such as posture and grip.

Each page is designed to coordinate with the September Holiday of the Day and contains a sentence, a variety of punctuation, and when possible common symbols such as the ampersand (&)  colon (:) or dash (-).


Copywork is a great way to learn grammar, spelling, and handwriting all at once!




30 Copywork pages (IN 2 CURSIVE FONT STYLES) so you can pick the days you will need each month


  • September 1 – American Chess Day
  • September 2 – Victory Over Japan Day
  • September 3 – National Skyscraper Day
  • September 4 – Newspaper Career Day
  • September 5 – International Day of Charity
  • September 6 – Great Egg Toss Day
  • September 7- Grandma Moses Day
  • September 8 – Star Trek Day
  • September 9 – International Sudoku Day
  • September 10 – National Hot Dog Day
  • September 11 – Patriot Day
  • September 12 – National Police Woman’s Day
  • September 13 – Defy Superstitions Day
  • September 14 – Gobstopper Day
  • September 15 – National Online Learning Day
  • September 16 – National Collect Rocks Day
  • September 16 – National Play-Doh Day
  • September 17 – Constitution Day
  • September 18 – National Cheeseburger Day
  • September 19 – Talk Like A Pirate Day
  • September 20 – Battle of the Sexes Tennis Match Anniversary
  • September 21 – World Gratitude Day
  • September 22 – Chainmail Day
  • September 23 – National Checkers Day
  • September 24 – Bluebird of Happiness Day
  • September 25 – Math Storytelling Day
  • September 26 – Shamu the Whale Day
  • September 27 – National Crush a Can Day
  • September 28- National Good Neighbor Day
  • September 29 – Confucius Day
  • September 30 – Chewing Gum Day



  • First Monday in September – Labor Day
  • September 21-24 – September Equinox

Copywork helps your children learn correct letter formation as well as grammar, spelling, & punctuation.

The fun holiday of the day topics lead to discussions in the fields of science & technology, history, and math.

Copywork is easy to incorporate into your morning meeting time or to assign as independent practice (for older kids).



SEPTEMBER Trace Over Holiday of the Day Copywork

SEPTEMBER Manuscript Holiday of the Day Copywork

SEPTEMBER Family Pack Holiday of the Day Copywork


Be sure to check out our SEPTEMBER HOLIDAYS for many additional activities that coordinate with the September Holiday of the Day.

*Trace over copywork contains simple sentences, Manuscript and Cursive sentences are longer and more advanced, but similar so family discussions or use as Memory Verse is still possible!



Make Copywork part of your homeschool in 3 easy steps


Happy Hive Homeschooling strives to provide you with quality products your kids will be buzzing about!

We hope the September Holiday of the Day copywork is helpful in assisting you to teach handwriting, grammar, and spelling in your Happy Hive! 



– Christy,  AKA Mrs. Crabtree, and the Happy Hive Homeschooling Team

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