Is your child working in writing in cursive? It takes a lot of practice for kids to get the hang of it! These free printable Cursive Writing Practice worksheets from A to Z are a great way for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students.
Cursive Handwriting Practice
Cursive has become less popular. Some schools are not teaching cursive at all anymore and when they are, most don’t focus on it too much. This is unfortunate. Cursive is an artistic writing form and everyone should not only be able to read it but write it as well.
I learned cursive when I was in 5th grade, but I began teaching my daughter when she was in 2nd grade and she has done very well with it. I was nervous that it was too close to her still trying to strengthen her printed handwriting skills, but it did not interfere with anything. When you choose to teach cursive is totally up to you, though.
This set focuses on each letter individually. It is important for children to learn each letter separately and then be able to put them together, just as when teaching printed letters.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler you will love these free printable handwriting pages for kids of all ages to practice writing in cursive! There are letters from a to z to trace and blank writing lines for kids to make their own abcs.
I also included a letter chart that shows each letter, in both upper and lowercase. You could print or enlarge it and hang on your wall for children to reference. This page is included in both color and black & white.
Cursive Writing Practice
Each page has the cursive letter, upper and lower, in bubble cursive font. This is a place where children could color it in, fill it in with a pattern or trace it.
The next section has the upper and lowercase cursive letter on a writing line. The letters are written in dotted lines so that children can trace it.
The last section has blank writing lines. This is the space where children can write the letters on their own. They can even write a sentence if they wish.
Cursive Writing Worksheets
I also included blank writing pages. This is so that children can continue practicing as much as they wish. You could give them sentences to write that includes the letter or it can be just for more space to write the letters repeatedly.
You don’t need very many supplies to set up this activity, but there is versatility also.
Once the set is printed, you can laminate them or put into a dry erase pocket if you wish. This will keep the activity neat and you will be able to use it over and over. This way you can also use dry erase or wet erase markers when it is laminated.
If you choose not to laminate, you can use markers, crayons or even water color paints if you wish.
Tracing Worksheets for Kids
- Lowercase Letters Trace & Erase
- Apple Alphabet Letter Tracing Cards
- Ornament Tracing Strips
- Alphabet Tracing Strips
- Disney Alphabet Worksheets
- Sun Letter Tracing
- Preschool Alphabet Worksheets
- Alphabet Worksheets
- Popsicle Alphabet Tracing
- A to Z letter Practice
- Snowman Letter Tracing
- Sumer Handwriting Worksheets
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