Our Shakespeare Copywork Pages are the perfect tool for students to improve their handwriting skills while also deepening their understanding of Shakespeare's works.

Each page contains excerpts from some of Shakespeare's most beloved plays, including:

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream,
  • The Tempest,
  • Hamlet,
  • Macbeth,
  • Twelfth Night,
  • Henry V,
  • As You Like It, and
  • Romeo and Juliet.

These copywork pages are designed to engage students with Shakespeare's language and characters, while also giving them an opportunity to practice their handwriting skills. With each page, they will gain a deeper appreciation for the beauty and complexity of Shakespeare's language, and develop a stronger connection to his timeless stories.

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Our Shakespeare Copywork Pages are suitable for students of all ages, from elementary school to high school.

Whether your child is just starting to learn how to write, or they're already an experienced writer, these pages will help them improve their handwriting skills and deepen their understanding of Shakespeare's plays.

A Midsummer Nights Dream Elementary Copywork

Copywork for Elementary Students

Short quotes from the plays with letters that can be traced for younger students

Copywork for Middle and High School Students

Long quotes from the plays with lines for older students to copy.

A Midsummer Nights Dream Middle & High School Copywork

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The Benefits of Using Copywork

  • Improves Grammar and Syntax: Copying out well-written passages can help students learn proper grammar and syntax, as they become more familiar with the rules of language and how they are applied in practice. By copying out sentences and paragraphs, they can see how words and phrases are structured and how they fit together to form coherent thoughts.
  • Enhances Vocabulary: Shakespeare's works are full of rich, complex vocabulary that can challenge and inspire young readers. Copying out passages can help students not only become more familiar with these words, but also learn how to use them in context. This can help improve their overall vocabulary and language skills.
  • Develops Handwriting and Fine Motor Skills: Copywork requires students to write out each word by hand, which can help improve their handwriting and fine motor skills. This can be especially important for younger students who are still learning how to write.
  • Builds Concentration and Focus: Copying out passages requires concentration and focus, as students must pay close attention to the words and letters they are writing. Over time, this can help improve their ability to concentrate and focus on other tasks as well.
  • Promotes Memory and Retention: Copying out passages can help students remember important information and retain it more effectively. By writing out the words and phrases themselves, they are more likely to remember them later on.
In addition to being a valuable learning tool for students, our Shakespeare Copywork Pages are also a great resource for homeschooling parents, teachers, and anyone who wants to introduce Shakespeare to their children or students.

With our copywork pages, you can easily incorporate Shakespeare into your lesson plans, and help your students develop a lifelong love of his works.

So why not give your child the gift of Shakespeare today?

Download our Shakespeare Copywork Pages for Elementary through High School, and watch as their handwriting skills and love of literature soar to new heights. With our product, your child will not only learn valuable writing skills, but they will also develop a deep appreciation for the beauty and power of Shakespeare's language. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to transform your child's education and enrich their lives with the works of the greatest playwright in history!

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