Improving How to Form Cursive Letters of the Alphabet
Cursive font style is usually taught after a child has mastered print, as it has the same letter start points but exit kicks are added to help with the joining stage later on.
The refiner’s stage is about developing a more consistently proportioned letter form and size as well as correctly placing letters on the writing lines and in relation to one another.
The animations are colour coded still, however the picture clues have been removed and coloured guide lines have been introduced. The “Colour Handwriting Worksheets” have the same colour coding as the animations while the “Plain Handwriting Worksheets” only have colour coded blocks at the beginning of the lines and the coloured guide lines. Both have a range of line widths, which reduces to a size that would be considered the smallest desirable handwriting size.
How to form straight line cursive letters
How to form curves to start cursive letters
How to form tunnel cursive letters
How to form top exit cursive letters
How to form hooks, loops & line cursive letters
Click on a letter to watch the “how to form” animation.