It is really interesting work, thank you for that!
Children in the Middle East are strongly recommended to have a clear and nice handwritten script. However, not all of them will achieve this task and handwriting will take different forms, influenced by personal aptitude, teachers, level of education, and country uses...
An excellent example of handwritten Arabic script is digitized by my friend, the Yemeni calligrapher and typographer Sultan Maktari after Nizar Qabbani handwritten script: http://sultanfonts.com/includes/fonts/sultanfonts-Nizar.htm
I'm glad you think so! You're very welcome. Please don't hesitate to pass the article around if you know someone who might find it useful. If you have any feedback or suggestions, I'd be happy to hear them.
Great script by the way. It looks like it incorporates many of the features you often see in handwritten Arabic scripts.