Cursive Writing Teacher Resources
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In this cursive practice handwriting activity, learners practice tracing and writing a set of 3 science words: adapt, cell and charge. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
In this cursive worksheet, students trace science related words and the word "adjective." A reference web site is given for additional activities.
In this weather words activity, students trace words about weather in cursive handwriting. Students trace the word adjective, cyclone, and drought.
In this personalized cursive practice worksheet, learners practice their handwriting skills as they trace and independently write the 10 sentences on the worksheet.
In this printing practice learning exercise, students trace and print the lower case q using the D'Nealian writing style. Students write 10 lines of q's.
In this months of the year cursive writing practice worksheet, students trace the months of the year in the first table. They trace dotted lines to form the names of the months in cursive in two more tables on the page.
In this cursive practice worksheet, pupils analyze and trace 8 examples of upper and lower case DeNelian letter Bb. Students generate their own letters on the many additional practice lines.
In this cursive writing learning exercise, 3rd graders follow the steps and trace the dotted lines to practice forming the letter b. They the trace the words bell and cab before writing multiple copies of the words independently.
In this cursive writing practice worksheet, 4th graders see a picture of an ax and the letters Aa at the top of the page. They trace dotted lines to trace an A or a at the beginning of 4 lines before filling the lines with independently written letters. They complete a second page of printing practice with the same letters.
Students investigate the properties of plastic eggs filled with solids, liquids, and gases and use these observations to hypothesize whether a chicken egg is hard-boiled or raw.
Young scholars read and discuss a news article about a school in Scotland that is using fountain pens to write with. They answer article comprehension questions, participate in a discussion about the importance of handwriting, write their names in old style letter forms, and write a journal entry.
In this printing practice instructional activity, students complete two pages of tracing and practicing DeNelian letters, words, and sentences.
Learners examine the use of nouns, common nouns, and proper nouns. They identify examples of each type of noun, in small groups locate as many proper nouns in a magazine or newspaper, and write a short story using at least ten common and five proper nouns.
Students define glyph, take each other's pictures with digital camera, create Creature glyph using question set, hand draw their Creature or use Microsoft Paint program or Kid Pix Deluxe 4, and create story about their Creature using Microsoft Word.
Eighth graders complete activities roots/stems of words. They use roots and stems to create their own words, define words, and complete the assigned quizzes.
Students evaluate the use of fountain pens and its effect on handwriting as done at a school in Scotland. In this critical-thinking lesson, students reason, discuss, and complete follow-up activities.
For this cursive handwriting worksheet, students practice tracing and writing the cursive letters i, t, a, d, and g. Students also write cursive words.
Students investigate the the origination of stained glass in the 12th century cathedrals. They practice writing their names in cursive symmetrically. Students also practice how to make a stained glass image.
Students examine different types of poetry. They choose a poem and write it on another piece of paper practicing their cursive writing. They illustrate their poem and shares them with the class.
High schoolers become familiar with the polite forms of conversation that are used in this country. They role play making requests using polite forms. Students write an appropriate thank you not to a host or hostess. This lesson is intended for high schoolers acquiring English.