Category Archives: Cursive Writing

Intermediate Season 1, Lesson 7: How to Write in Cursive (Handwriting) Practice

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Hey guys!

Today we will practise writing in cursive handwriting. If you are learning English then it is really helpful to be able to write in cursive. But cursive handwriting takes practice.

So below you will find some free printable cursive handwriting practise worksheets.

You can print the PDF below and then practice writing the seven different sentences.

Please click here for the free printable cursive handwriting practice worksheets (PDF).

If you missed the lessons where we learnt how to write in cursive writing, you can find them here:

Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3

If this lesson is helpful, please tell me, and I will prepare more free printable cursive handwriting practice worksheets like this one.

Also, please try to share it on Facebook and Twitter.

Bye for now,

Jon

Intermediate Season 1, Lesson 6: How to Write in Cursive (Handwriting) Part 3

how to write in cursive handwriting

Hey everyone!

In the last two lessons, we have been learning how to write in cursive handwriting. Cursive handwriting is a difficult skill for English learners, but it can make your writing look so much more natural and also save you a lot of time.

If you missed the last two lessons, you can find the links here:

Part 1
Part 2

In this lesson, we will learn:
- Cursive capital “R”
- Cursive “R”
- Cursive capital “S”
- Cursive “S”
- Cursive capital “T”
- Cursive “T”
- Cursive capital “U”
- Cursive “U”
- Cursive capital “V”
- Cursive “V”
- Cursive capital “W”
- Cursive “W”
- Cursive capital “X”
- Cursive “X”
- Cursive capital “Y”
- Cursive “Y”
- Cursive capital “Z”
- Cursive “Z”
 

Here is the PDF: How to Write in Cursive, Lesson 3

If you like this lesson, please leave a comment below. And if this lesson was useful, please share it on Facebook or Twitter!

If you have finished this lesson, please click here for the next lesson, which has free printable cursive handwriting practice worksheets.

See you soon!

Jon

Intermediate Season 1, Lesson 5: How to Write in Cursive (Handwriting) Part 2

how to write in cursive hndwriting 2

Hey everyone!

Welcome to Jon’s English Classroom! In today’s lesson we will continue learning how to write in cursive handwriting.

 

 

We will learn the following:
- Cursive capital “G”
- Cursive “G”
- Cursive capital “H”
- Cursive “H”
- Cursive capital “I”
- Cursive “I”
- Cursive capital “J”
- Cursive “J”
- Cursive capital “K”
- Cursive “K”
- Cursive capital “L”
- Cursive “L”
- Cursive capital “M”
- Cursive “M”
- Cursive capital “N”
- Cursive “N”
- Cursive capital “O”
- Cursive “O”
- Cursive capital “P”
- Cursive “P”

- Cursive capital “Q”
- Cursive “Q”

You can find the PDF here: How to write in cursive, lesson 2

If you missed the last lesson, you can find it here.

If you are ready for the next lesson, you can find it here: How to Write in Cursive (Handwriting) Part 3.

And if you would like to practice, go here for free printable cursive handwriting practice worksheets.

Enjoy the lesson, and remember to share it on Facebook or Twitter! And remember to leave a comment!

Bye for now!

Jon

Intermediate Season 1, Lesson 4: How to Write in Cursive (Handwriting) Part 1

How to write cursive writing


Hey guys!

 

Welcome to the lesson!

When you write in English, you can save a lot of time by joining up your writing. This is called cursive writing, joined-up writing or just handwriting. Writing cursive English is a great way to look like a pro!

In today’s lesson we are going to look at how to write cursive handwriting. We will look at:
- Cursive handwriting rules
- Cursive capital “A”
- Cursive “A”
- Cursive capital “B”
- Cursive “B”
- Cursive capital “C”
- Cursive “C”
- Cursive capital “D”
- Cursive “D”
- Cursive capital “E”
- Cursive “E”
- Cursive capital “F”
- Cursive “F”

 

As with our other English cursive writing lessons, today’s lesson is in PDF form. This is so you can print the lesson or view it full screen.

Please click here for the PDF: How to Write in Cursive Handwriting, Part 1

When you are ready, you can click here for part 2.

Please remember to leave a comment! Writing English handwriting is a big challenge, so let us know how you get on! And if you like this lesson, please share on Facebook or Twitter! 

Jon