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Continuous cursive letters but join Continuous cursive letters her join Continuous cursive letters jig join Continuous cursive letters men join Continuous cursive letters sat join Continuous cursive letters zip join

Continuous Cursive Bottom Letter Joins

Continuous Cursive Bottom to “c” Shaped Letter Joins

Continuous Cursive Bottom “e” Letter Joins

Continuous Cursive Top “e” Letter Joins

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Continuous Cursive Top Letter Joins

Continuous cursive letters bl joinContinuous cursive letters br joinContinuous cursive letters oa joinContinuous cursive letters oh joinContinuous cursive letters oi joinContinuous cursive letters on joinContinuous cursive letters oo joinContinuous cursive letters or joinContinuous cursive letters ou joinContinuous cursive letters ov joinContinuous cursive letters ow joinContinuous cursive letters oy joinContinuous cursive letters wh joinContinuous cursive letters ai joinContinuous cursive letters ch joinContinuous cursive letters ck joinContinuous cursive letters er joinContinuous cursive letters ff joinContinuous cursive letters sh joinContinuous cursive letters th joinContinuous cursive letters as joinContinuous cursive letters ea joinContinuous cursive letters ed joinContinuous cursive letters igh joinContinuous cursive letters ing joinContinuous cursive letters ss joinContinuous cursive letters be joinContinuous cursive letters ie joinContinuous cursive letters se joinContinuous cursive letters xe joinContinuous cursive letters ze join

How to Join Continuous Cursive Letters of the Alphabet

Only the top to “e” and top joiners need to be taught for continuous cursive, as the nature of the font style means that the lead-in and exit strokes needed to join the majority of letter combinations have already been taught.

To join letters all your child has to do is write the letters closer together, without lifting their pencil off the paper. The bottom, bottom to “c” shape and “e” bottom joiner animations demonstrate this.

The top joiners tend to be the ones that children find most confusing and difficult to remember.

The joins section of the pre-handwriting patterns has been designed to help children develop these individual joining stokes.

A Join Table for a continuous cursive font style shows the joins required to connect all the handwriting letter combinations of the alphabet.

Click on the letter joins below to see how they are formed.

Capital letters never join lower case letters.

The examples given below show letter combinations often taught in key stage 1 and 2 phonics and spelling.

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