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Students practice their cursive writing skills in a large format. They create reversed prints of their names or initials, and then draw an imaginary animals incorporating the shapes of the prints. Students improve their confidence in public speaking by using their art to introduce themselves.
Second graders practice cursive writing, utilizing proper letter formation, sizing and spacing. They break into groups with index cards with individual cursive letters on them. They discuss similar letters and see if they can group them together.
In this printing practice worksheet, students complete two pages of DeNelian printing of words and sentences. There is no cursive on the page.
While cursive writing lessons may seem to be outdated, they are still an important part of the class curriculum.
For this cursive writing worksheet, 3rd graders improve on their cursive writing skills. Students practice their cursive by writing the lowercase letter ten times.
In this cursive practice instructional activity, learners study and understand the mechanics of correctly making a lower case letter A. Students analyze a cartoon pencil (Pete) as he takes them through a step by step diagram of making a cursive letter A. Learners form their own lower case letter A examples.
In this cursive practice worksheet, students analyze and trace cursive words, which are selected and placed in the worksheet by the teacher. After the teacher chooses the words or sentences to be practiced, the worksheet is generated. Students trace, then form their own examples of the words or sentences.
In this cursive handwriting learning exercise, students practice writing cursive letters by using the stroke patterns for the lowercase and uppercase cursive Ll. Students then draw an object that begins with a L and label their drawing with cursive writing.
In this cursive Yy worksheet, students learn to write in cursive using the given stroke patterns for the lowercase and uppercase cursive Yy. Students draw an object that begins with the letter and label their drawing using cursive handwriting.
In this D'Nealian cursive activity, students practice writing the capital letter Y in D'Nealian cursive. Students complete 10 lines.
In this cursive writing worksheet, students improve their writing skills. Students practice the capital letter M in cursive a minimum of ten times.
In this D'Nealian cursive worksheet, learners practice writing the capital letter D in D'Nealian cursive. Students complete 10 lines.
In this D'Nealian cursive worksheet, students practice writing the lower case letter n in D'Nealian cursive. Students complete 10 lines.
In this printing the lower case u activity, students practice the D'Nealian cursive letter u on cursive lined paper. Students write ten lines of u's.
For this writing worksheet, students practice their cursive writing. Students practice the lowercase letter r by writing it in cursive a minimum of ten times.
For this D'Nealian cursive worksheet, students practice writing the lower case letter i in D'Nealian cursive. Students complete 10 lines.
In this ESL cursive writing worksheet, students practice tracing lower case, cursive letters. They trace the entire alphabet 4 times.
In this ESL cursive practice activity, students practice tracing the upper case cursive alphabet. They trace the entire alphabet 4 times on this activity.
In this cursive handwriting worksheet, learners practice writing cursive letters for both the upper and lowercase letter Mm. Students then draw an object that begins with a m and label the drawing using cursive handwriting.
In this cursive handwriting worksheet, students practice writing cursive letters for both the upper and lowercase letter Nn. Students then draw an object that begins with a n and label the drawing using cursive handwriting.

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