Back From the Dead
Do you remember learning cursive back in grade school? For me, it was third grade. I remember that my teacher told us how we were going to use cursive for the rest of our lives. That our teachers from that point on would require the use of cursive.
Turns out, Mrs. Mayberry was wrong. Teachers didn’t give a hoot about cursive. My college professors didn’t care how we wrote — we only ever turned in digital word documents anyway. Cursive ended up falling by the wayside for years and years. Eventually, I just forgot my cursive alphabet entirely. Then everything changed when I decided to pick up hand lettering. I realized that this old-fashioned style of writing actually did have a use after all, and I decided to brush off those old letterforms. If you want to pick up hand lettering or you simply want to improve your handwriting, then look no further for a reintroduction. This free cursive letters worksheet will help you remember the shapes and movements so you’re back to your cursive ways in no time!
Your Free Cursive Letters Practice Sheet
Practicing with this cursive letters worksheet isn’t hard. Just download it for free, print it out, and use a pen or pencil to write directly over the letters. Or, if you’d prefer, you can tape this practice sheet up as a reference. With each letter, I have added a few helpful arrows to guide you through the process of writing out the full letter. Where you see a dot is where the letter begins.
Some of the letters are super easy, like U or A. Some, though, are a little bit weird if you aren’t used to them yet (I’m looking at you, Q and Z). Those funky letters are exactly why I wanted to create this cursive letters worksheet. When I was relearning my cursive a few years ago, I struggled to remember at least a third of the cursive alphabet. Now, after several years of cursive writing practice, I see the logic in these letters.
Download the Cursive Letters Worksheet
Ready to get practicing? All you gotta do to access this cursive letters practice sheet is sign up for the Fox Den Resource Library! Once you sign up, you will get an email with the password to the library. Then this and many other worksheets are yours for the taking.
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Enjoy your free cursive letters worksheet!
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