What is Magic Link Handwriting? 



Neat Handwriting Determines Success in Exams and Develops Self-confidence

The way in which a person writes affects every aspect of life, regardless of age. Neat handwriting can determine success in examinations, develops self-confidence, improves thinking skills, creates a  positive first impression on job application – the list is endless. But there is a solution!


IMG_0137   FullSizeRender A big improvement using the Magic Link Handwriting programme

The Magic Link handwriting programme consists of 30 steps which can be followed on a video. It teaches joined-up, cursive handwriting in a simple and logical way, using a step-by-step approach. There are minimum curls and loops with absolutely no “lead-in” flicks, which often confuse and slow down speed.  “Lead-in” flicks are also known as “entry strokes” or “initial flicks” and these hinder the neat and  simple Magic Link letter formation.

There are many people, both young and old, who need to be re-taught the mechanics of writing. Targeted intervention using the Magic Link handwriting programme produces fantastic results for most students. The Magic Link handwriting programme can be used for one person, in groups or in a classroom. These group lessons are an excellent, tried and tested way of motivating to work together to gain maximum confidence in handwriting. Follow the 30 -step video programme and see the difference! Handwriting soon becomes significantly tidier and clearer. Spelling, punctuation and number formation also improve.  It enables a person to write neatly and quickly with confidence and pride.

Purchase now online to get immediate access to the 30-step video programme and printable worksheets! 

A ‘Magic Link’ is a small dash that enables the student to write neatly. This handwriting programme is based on the fact that there are 15 ‘Magic Link’ letters in the lower case alphabet.  The links are easy to teach and keep handwriting legible and tidy. The use of the ‘Magic Link’ means that the letters are evenly spaced.

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The Magic Link handwriting programme focuses on teaching handwriting in a highly structured format for sustained success. It has achieved fantastic results on countless primary and secondary school pupils. Please see ‘before’ and ‘after’ samples. Excellent results have been achieved for pupils who have dysgraphia, dyslexia, dyspraxia and/or autism where written work is often a difficult and disliked area. Students are taught the correct motor movements for letter and word formations and make a significant improvement in both the quantity and quality of their written work.

The Magic Link Handwriting Programme Design Includes: The Magic Link Pack

  • A multi-sensory approach                                                       
  • Strong colour coding 
  • Visually simple & uncluttered presentation style         
  • Both spoken & written instructions clearly presented
  • Highly structured content
  • Magic Link exercise book with the Magic Link alphabet chart
  • Colour coded workbook/worksheets
  • The “Magic Link” font for simple, easy to form letters
  • Certificate of Achievement award for primary school children

Learn Neat, Cursive Handwriting in 30 Simple Steps

 The Magic Link handwriting programme consists of 30 unique teaching steps and accompanying worksheets. The programme allows a child or adult to progress at their own rate. The Magic Link handwriting programme has been developed to be highly structured, fun and motivating.

As the programme progresses, handwriting becomes neater because the four aspects of good handwriting are taught i.e. grip, size, shape and spacing. The final step consolidates cursive writing with story writing and includes vocabulary to impress examiners.  At the end, children can be rewarded with the Magic Link Handwriting Certificate Of Achievement.

About the Magic Link Font

 The Magic Link programme introduces a specially designed, simple handwriting font. This font teaches letter direction, letter size and joined-up, cursive writing from the very start. There are NO lead-in flicks at the beginning of letters, which children often find confusing. The Magic Link font inspires confidence and shows pupils that letters can be written neatly and simply, with little scope for error.