Our free, printable cursive writing practice sheets provide practice writing cursive letters, words, and sentences. Benefits of handwriting practice include increased brain activation and improved performance across all academic subjects. Printable cursive writing worksheets help you teach your students how to write in cursive. If your students can already write, cursive is the next step.
Well, some children do not think cursive writing is easy. If so, encourage them that fancy cursive writing is simple, fun, and actually faster than a manuscript. If your elementary school students already know how to write in a manuscript, encourage them that writing in cursive is as easy as connecting the letters together. For beginners or those who struggle, another idea for teaching cursive handwriting is to drag your lines on the board as you move to write the next letter in a word. Say the letter or its sound as you write the letters naming the strokes you’re using.
Each cursive writing practice sheet includes opportunities for students to trace the letter in both the uppercase and lowercase versions as well as space to form the letters with just a dot to get started. To continue in their penmanship practice, there is also a word that will give them a chance to learn how the letter attaches to others.
Use this printable worksheet to help your child practice writing in script with a simple tracing activity that includes every letter of the alphabet! These worksheets are free for you to print for your classroom or homeschool. We hope that you and your kids enjoy them. This calls for free handwriting worksheets for parents and kids!