Welcome to our comprehensive post on the cursive writing alphabet! In this series, we’ll show you how to write both lowercase and uppercase letters in cursive and connect them smoothly with other letters. Don’t forget to watch the videos of each letter for a visual guide. So, let’s go through the basics of learning cursive and give you an idea of how to draw the curves and flowing lines that make up this elegant script.

How to Write the Cursive Alphabet Step by Step

Cursive writing is all about the fancy, connected letters that flow smoothly from one to the next. You might see loops, tails, and other things. The key is to make your writing easy to read, consistent, and smooth.

Step 1: Start with the Lowercase Letters

 

Start with the Lowercase Letters

The lowercase alphabet is made up of small cursive letters like a, b, and c. These letters are used most of the time in cursive writing. They flow together more and have more curves compared to the big letters. Learning these small letters helps you write more naturally and creatively in cursive. Lowercase cursive letters are connected too, but they’re simpler than the capitals.

Step 2: Practice the Uppercase Letters

 

Practice the Uppercase Letters

The uppercase alphabet includes big cursive letters like A, B, and C. These are usually used for the first letter of names, and sentences, or to show importance. They look a bit different from regular print letters, with some having fancier strokes or loops. Learning these big letters is important for writing in cursive correctly, so you can write names, sentences, and all kinds of words.

Step 3: Practice Connecting Letter

Practice Connecting Letter

When cursive letters are joined together to make words and sentences, it’s called the connecting alphabet. Most letters in cursive writing are connected to the ones before and after them. It takes practice to get the hang of making these connections smooth and pretty. That’s what gives cursive its beautiful, flowing look!

Step 4: Practice Writing Words

Once you’re comfortable with the letters, try writing words. Start with easy words and then move on to fancier ones.

Easy Tips for Writing in Cursive

Step 1: Hold Your Pencil Right

Hold your pencil lightly between your thumb and forefinger, and angle it at 45 degrees to the paper.

Step 2: Start Slow

When you’re just starting out, take your time. Start slow and then speed up as you get more comfortable.

Step 3: Be Patient

Learning cursive takes practice, so don’t rush. Be patient and keep practicing—you’ll get the hang of it very soon!

Rules of Cursive Writing

  • All similar letters should be the same height.

  • All small letters should start at the top.

  • Good handwriting is formed by a pattern of ovals and parallel lines.

  • Capital letters in cursive handwriting usually shouldn’t be any higher than the rest.

  • All downward strokes of letters should be parallel.

Where to Learn and Practice?

Go to the Writey app and click on the Cursive section. Here, you’ll see different sections of the app. Stars from training and move to the next section as you feel more comfortable.

Before you begin writing the letter ‘A’ in cursive, it’s a good idea to warm up your hand first. Think of it like stretching before exercise – it helps your muscles get ready for the task ahead. So go to the training section of Writey and practice tracing this:

Cursive A

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘a’:

Writing the lowercase cursive ‘a’ is pretty easy and it’s the first letter you’ll learn. Start with a little upward curve to the right, then you loop around in a circle, going counter-clockwise. Finally, you finish with a little curved tail. Making sure each stroke looks smooth is important to keep your ‘a’ looking nice.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘A’:

Put your apple pencil just above the line where you’re writing. This marks where your letter will begin. Then, make a soft curve to the left, shaping the top of the ‘A’. Next, smoothly curve downwards to the right, and finish with a straight line at the bottom. These careful strokes create a lovely, looped capital ‘A’ in cursive.

How to Connect Letter ‘a’ in Cursive:

Connecting a for cursive

Cursive writing is all about how smoothly one letter flows into the next, and the strokes you make for each letter. When you’re connecting an uppercase cursive ‘a’ to the next letter, make sure the tail of the ‘a’ blends smoothly into it. This makes your writing look nice and easy to read. A smooth connection between letters makes your cursive writing look better overall.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘a’ and connect the letter ‘a’ in cursive ‘a’.

 

 

 

Cursive B

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘b’

Begin with a small upward curve to the right, then make a loop going around clockwise. Finally, finish with a little loop at the bottom.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘B’

Put your pencil just above where you’re writing. This marks where your letter will start. Then, make a soft curve to the left, shaping the top of the ‘B’. Go back up and draw an upward curve. Next, curve downwards to the right, and finish with a curve at the bottom.

How to Connect Letter ‘b’ in Cursive

When connecting an uppercase cursive ‘b’ to the next letter, make sure the loop at the bottom blends smoothly into it.

This video is made to help you get good at the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘b’ and connect the letter ‘b’ in cursive.

 

 

 

Cursive C

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘c’

Draw a curved line to the left and up, ending just above the top of the loop, come back down, and continue slightly curving it to the right at the bottom.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘C’

Start by gently lifting your pencil from the baseline to create a graceful loop. Then, smoothly descend to form a rounded body with a consistent curve. Keep the upper and lower halves symmetrical for a pleasing look.

How to Connect Letter ‘c’ in Cursive

To connect the letter “c” in cursive, extend the end of the letter’s last stroke into the beginning of the next letter, allowing them to flow smoothly together. If the next letter starts with a downward stroke, continue the loop of the “c” downwards. If it starts with an upward stroke, loop the “c” upwards. The goal is to maintain a natural, continuous flow between letters.

This video is made to help you get good at the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘c’ and connect the letter ‘c’ in cursive.

 

 

 

Cursive D

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘d’

Start at the bottom and draw a small curve to the right and up, then go back down and form a small loop to the right. Finally, bring the line back up and to the right, curving slightly to the right at the top, then bring it back down to create a small curve at the bottom and to the right.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘D’

Begin at the top with a curved stroke downwards, then loop it back up to form the top part of the letter. Next, continue the stroke down and slightly to the right, forming a loop at the bottom. Finally, complete the letter by connecting the bottom loop to the top part with a smooth, upward stroke.

How to Connect Letter ‘d’ in Cursive

To connect cursive “d” letters, when finishing one “d”, extend the last stroke into the beginning of the next “d”, forming a smooth transition.

This video is made to help you get good at the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘d’ and connect the letter ‘d’ in cursive.

 

 

Cursive E

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘e’

Start at the baseline. Form a small loop to the right and up and then curve it back to the left and downward, stopping slightly above the baseline. Then, without lifting your pen, draw a small tail extending from the bottom left of the loop to the right, curving it slightly upwards.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘E’

Start at the top with a slightly curved line going downwards. Then, form a small loop in the middle of the letter. Finally, draw another slightly curved line downwards from the middle line, mirroring the first line. Draw a small tail extending from the bottom left of the loop to the right, curving it slightly upwards.

How to Connect Letter ‘e’ in Cursive

To connect the letter “e” in cursive to other letters, complete the “e” with its tail curving upward.

This video is made to help you get good at the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘e’ and connect the letter ‘e’ in cursive.

 

 

 

Cursive F

Training

This training helps your hand muscles get ready for drawing the curves, especially for writing the lowercase f and connecting it to other letters.

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘f‘:

Begin at the baseline and draw a slanted line to the top with a small loop to the right. Then, draw a slanted line down to slightly curving to the left. Finally, lift your pen and make a small hook or curve to the right at the baseline, just to the left of where the straight line ends, creating the tail of the “f.”

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘F’:

Start at the top with a slightly curved line going downward. Then, make a horizontal line across the middle of the letter. Finally, draw another line downward from the middle line, mirroring the first line.

How to Connect Letter ‘f’ in Cursive:

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘f’ and connect the letter ‘f’ in cursive ‘f’.

 

 

Cursive G

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘g’:

Begin at the midpoint on the baseline. Form a small loop to the right and then curve it back to the left and downward, stopping slightly below the baseline. Next, without lifting your pen, draw a short downward stroke from the bottom of the loop. Then, curve it back up and to the left, crossing the original loop at the bottom. Finally, finish with a small loop to the right, closing the letter at the baseline.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘G’:

Start at the top with a curved line sloping downward to the baseline. Then, curve the stroke to the right, forming a loop that ascends back to the top. Continuing downward, the stroke curves slightly right again. Next, loop back up, crossing the top with a horizontal line, followed by a small stroke extending right from its midpoint. Finally, curl the end of this stroke upward to complete the letter, resulting in the recognizable cursive uppercase “G” shape.

How to Connect Letter ‘g’ in Cursive:

Complete the loop of the “g” at the baseline, then continue the stroke smoothly into the next letter by blending the upward curve into the next letter.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘g’ and connect the letter ‘g’ in cursive ‘g’.

 

 

 

Cursive H

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘h’:

Begin at the bottom with a small upward curve, then extend it downward to the baseline with a slanted line. Next, loop back up and to the right, forming a semi-circle. Finally, draw a short downward stroke from the top of the semi-circle, slightly curving it to the right as its tail.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘H’:

Start at the top with a downward curved stroke. Then, draw a horizontal line across the middle of the letter. After that, make another downward curved stroke mirroring the first one.

How to Connect Letter ‘h’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “h” in cursive to other letters, finish the letter with its downward stroke reaching the baseline. Then, seamlessly continue the stroke into the next letter.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘h’ and connect the letter ‘h’ in cursive ‘h’.

 

 

Cursive I

Trainings

These trainings help to familiarize the hand with the letter’s formation and develop muscle memory.

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘i’:

Begin with a short upward stroke. Then, without lifting your pen, draw a straight line downward to the baseline. Then for the tail, make a small curvy stroke to the right.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘I’:

Start at slightly above the baseline and draw an upward stroke. Then, continue with a curved line down to the baseline.

How to Connect Letter ‘I’ in Cursive:

Finish the letter “I” with its downward stroke reaching the baseline. Then, seamlessly continue the stroke into the next letter by connecting the ‘i’ tail to the next letter.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘i’ and connect the letter ‘i’ in cursive ‘i’.

 

 

Cursive J

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘j’:

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘J’:

How to Connect Letter ‘j’ in Cursive:

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘j’ and connect the letter ‘j’ in cursive ‘j’.

 

 

 

Cursive K

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘k’:

Start at the bottom line and make a small upward loop that reaches the middle line. Then, bring the line straight back down to the bottom. Next, from the middle of this line, curve out to the right and then back down to the bottom line, creating a slanting loop. Finally, connect the end of the “k” to the next letter if needed.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘K’:

Start by placing your pencil on the top line. Make a long, straight downward stroke all the way to the bottom line, then lift your pen. Next, place your pencil slightly below the top line on the left side of the vertical line. Then curve it back to the downright, crossing the vertical line near the middle. From there, draw a curvy line down, extending to the right and up.

How to Connect Letter ‘k’ in Cursive:

Complete the lowercase “k” by making the upward loop, straight down stroke, and the slanting loop. From the end of the slanting loop, draw a small, curved line that moves to the right, just above the bottom line and connect it to the next letter.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘k’ and connect the letter ‘k’ in cursive ‘k’.

 

 

 

 

 

Cursive L

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘l’:

Start at the bottom line of the paper. Make a small upward stroke, curving slightly to the left, reaching about halfway up to the top line. Then, without lifting your pen, continue straight up to the top line, forming a tall, slender line. Finally, lift your pen from the top line, ending the letter “l” smoothly.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘L’:

Begin close to the top line. Make a downward stroke, and create a loop, extending it straight down to the bottom line. Then, without lifting your pen, create a loop at the bottom, curving to the right. Finally, draw a curvy line with its tail upward.

How to Connect Letter ‘l’ in Cursive:

Complete the downward stroke of the “l,” ensuring it extends to the bottom line. Then, without lifting your pen, smoothly transition into the starting stroke of the next letter, maintaining a continuous flow. This seamless connection ensures legibility and fluidity in cursive writing.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘l’ and connect the letter ‘l’ in cursive ‘l’.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cursive M

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘m’:

Start at the bottom line. Make an upward stroke to the middle line, then bring it back down to the bottom line, creating a straight, downward stroke. Without lifting your pencil, make another upward stroke to the middle line, then back down to the bottom line, forming the second hump. Finally, repeat this motion one more time to create the third hump, ending with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘M’:

Start at the top line of the paper. Make a downward stroke to the bottom line, creating a slight curve to the left at the bottom. Without lifting your pencil, move back up in a slight diagonal stroke to the top line. Then, bring your pen down again to the bottom line, forming a second downward stroke parallel to the first and repeat this again. From there, make a small loop at the bottom and curve up slightly to the right, ending just above the bottom line.

How to Connect Letter ‘m’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “m” in cursive to the next letter, complete the third hump of the “m” by bringing the stroke down to the bottom line. From the bottom line, continue with a slight upward curve that ends just above the bottom line. This slight upward curve serves as the connecting stroke to the next letter.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘m’ and connect the letter ‘m’ in cursive ‘m’.

 

 

 

 

Cursive N

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘n’:

Start at the bottom line. Make an upward stroke to the middle line, then bring the stroke back down to the bottom line, forming a slightly slanted downward line. Without lifting your pencil, create a second upward stroke to the middle line, followed by another downward stroke back to the bottom line. Finish with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘N’:

To write an uppercase cursive “N,” start at the top line of the paper. Make a downward stroke to the bottom line, forming a straight vertical line. Then, lift your pen and place it back at the top line to the right of the first stroke. Make a diagonal stroke that slants down to the bottom line, crossing the first line.

How to Connect Letter ‘n’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “n” in cursive to the next letter, complete the final downward stroke of the “n” by bringing it down to the bottom line. From there, continue with a slight upward curve that extends just above the bottom line. This upward curve serves as the connecting stroke to the next letter.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘n’ and connect the letter ‘n’ in cursive ‘n’.

 

 

Cursive O

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘o’:

Start from the bottom line. Make a small upward curve that touches the middle line, then smoothly transition into a rounded, counter-clockwise loop that goes down to the bottom line and back up to the middle line, forming an oval shape. Without lifting your pencil, complete the “o” with a small upward stroke that extends slightly below the middle line to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘O’:

Start at the top line. Begin by making a small, curved stroke to the left, then continue this motion into a large, counter-clockwise oval that reaches down to the bottom line and loops back up to the top line. As you complete the oval, bring the stroke slightly inward at the top to create a small loop or flourish, which adds an elegant touch to the letter.

How to Connect Letter ‘o’ in Cursive:

Complete the rounded shape of the “o” by bringing the stroke back up to the middle line, forming a smooth oval. From the middle line, make a small, upward curve that extends slightly above the middle line.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘o’ and connect the letter ‘o’ in cursive ‘o’.

 

 

Cursive P

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘p’:

Start at the middle line. Make an upward stroke that goes straight up and then down to the bottom line and extends below it. Without lifting the pencil go back up and then curve your stroke to the left and back up, forming a loop below the bottom line. Finish with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘P’:

Start at the top line. Make a downward stroke straight to the bottom line. Then, without lifting your pencil go back up and create a loop that curves out to the left, up to the top line, and then down to the middle line, forming the rounded top part of the “P.”

How to Connect Letter ‘p’ in Cursive:

Complete the “p” by bringing the stroke back up to the middle line. From the middle line, extend the stroke into a slight upward curve that reaches just above the middle line.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘p’ and connect the letter ‘p’ in cursive ‘p’.

 

 

Cursive Q

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘q’:

Start at the middle line. Make an upward stroke that curves to the right and then loops back up, reaching the middle line again, forming an oval shape similar to a cursive “o.” From the middle line, extend the stroke downward past the bottom line, creating a long, straight tail. Curve the tail to the right, forming a small loop or hook below the bottom line. Finish with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘Q’:

Start just below the middle line. Make a large, counter-clockwise oval that goes down to the bottom line and back up to the top line, similar to writing an uppercase cursive “O.” As you complete the oval and reach the top line, add a small loop or flourish that curves to the right and slightly upward, extending above the top line. From this point, bring the stroke downward and slightly to the right, crossing the oval and ending with a small, rightward hook at the bottom line.

How to Connect Letter ‘q’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “q” in cursive to the next letter, complete the “q” by bringing the stroke back up to the middle line.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘q’ and connect the letter ‘q’ in cursive ‘q’.

 

 

Cursive R

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘r’:

Start at the bottom line. Make an upward stroke to the middle line. From the middle line, create a slight curve to the right, then bring the stroke back down to the middle line in a gentle arch. This arch should be small and not extend beyond the middle line. Finish with a slight upward curve that extends just above the middle line to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘R’:

Start at the top line of the paper. First, draw a small upward curve, then make a slightly slanted downward stroke to the bottom line. Without lifting your pen, curve the stroke up and to the right, forming a loop that touches the middle line and curves back down to the left, similar to the top part of a cursive “P.” After forming the loop, bring the stroke back to the right, just below the middle line, and create a diagonal downward stroke that intersects the initial vertical line. Finish with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Connect Letter ‘r’ in Cursive:

Start by completing the “r” with a slight upward curve that extends just above the middle line.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘r’ and connect the letter ‘r’ in cursive ‘r’.

 

 

Cursive S

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘s’:

Start just below the middle line. Make a small, upward curve to the middle line, then loop back down to the left, crossing the initial stroke and curving around to the right to form a small loop below the middle line. Continue the stroke downward to the bottom line, creating a slight curve to the left at the bottom. Finish with a small upward stroke that extends just above the bottom line to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘S’:

Start at the bottom line. Make a small upward stroke to the right, curving to the right, and downward to form the top loop, which should touch the middle line. Then, curve the stroke back to the left, then downward, and to the right, creating a larger loop that reaches down to the bottom line. The bottom loop should mirror the top loop but be larger, giving the “S” its distinctive shape. Finish with a slight upward curve at the bottom to connect to the next letter if necessary.

How to Connect Letter ‘s’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “s” in cursive, finish the “s” with an upward curve below th middle line that seamlessly flows into the next letter.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘s’ and connect the letter ‘s’ in cursive ‘s’.

 

 

Cursive T

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘t’:

Start at the bottom line. Make a straight upward stroke that reaches above the middle line. From there, bring the stroke back down to the bottom line, forming a straight downward line but continue your stroke to draw a tail. Next, lift your pencil and cross the “t” with a horizontal line just above the middle line.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘T’:

Start at the top line of the paper. Make a downward stroke straight to the bottom line. Lift your pencil and place it back at the top line, slightly to the right of the initial stroke. Create a wide curvy line to the left that intersects the vertical line, then extend this line to form a curve at the very end.

How to Connect Letter ‘t’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “t” in cursive, finish with an upward stroke from the baseline below the middle line.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘t’ and connect the letter ‘t’ in cursive ‘t’.

 

 

Cursive U

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘u’:

Start at the bottom line. Make an upward stroke to the middle line, then curve back down to the bottom line, forming the first downstroke. Without lifting your pencil, create a second upward stroke to the middle line and then curve it back down to the bottom line, forming the second downstroke. Finish with a slight upward curve that extends just above the bottom line to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘U’:

Start at the top line. Make a downward stroke that curves to the left as it reaches the bottom line, forming a wide, rounded bottom. Continue the stroke upward on the right side, bringing it back to the top line. As you reach the bottom line, create a small curve to the right, which will serve as a connector to the next letter if needed.

How to Connect Letter ‘u’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “u” in cursive, finish with an upward curve below the middle line.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘u’ and connect the letter ‘u’ in cursive ‘u’.

 

 

Cursive V

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘v’:

Start at the bottom line. Make an upward stroke to the middle line, then bring the stroke back down to the bottom line, forming a sharp point. Without lifting your pencil, make another upward stroke to the middle line, finishing with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘V’:

Start at the top line. Make a downward stroke that slants to the right, reaching the bottom line. Without lifting your pencil, curve the stroke to the left at the bottom and then bring it back up to the top line, forming a wide “V” shape.

How to Connect Letter ‘v’ in Cursive:

To connect the letter “v” in cursive, finish the “v” with a slight upward curve at the end of the second upward stroke. This upward curve should extend to the bottom line.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘v’ and connect the letter ‘v’ in cursive ‘v’.

 

 

Cursive W

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘w’:

Start at the bottom line. Make an upward stroke to the middle line, then curve it back down to the bottom line, forming the first downstroke. Without lifting your pencil, make another upward stroke to the middle line, and then bring it back down to the bottom line, forming the second downstroke. Finally, add a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘W’:

Start at the top line. Make a downward stroke that slants to the right, reaching the bottom line. Without lifting your pencil, curve the stroke upward and to the left, bringing it back to the top line. From the top line, make another downward stroke that slants to the right, reaching the bottom line again. Then, curve the stroke upward and to the right, looping it back up to the top line.

How to Connect Letter ‘w’ in Cursive:

Finish the “w” with a slight upward curve at the end of the second downstroke.

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘w’ and connect the letter ‘w’ in cursive ‘w’.

 

 

 

 

 

Cursive X

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘x’:

Start at the bottom line. Make a small, downward stroke that curves to the left and ends at the bottom line. Without lifting your pencil, create a small, upward curve that crosses the first stroke slightly below the middle line and continues to the right. From the middle line, draw a slanted stroke, right to left.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘X’:

Start at the top line. Make a downward stroke that slants to the right, reaching the bottom line. Lift your pen and place it back at the top line, slightly to the right of where you started the first stroke. Make another downward stroke that slants to the left, crossing the first stroke near the middle and reaching the bottom line.

How to Connect Letter ‘x’ in Cursive:

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘x’ and connect the letter ‘x’ in cursive ‘x’.

 

 

Cursive Y

Training

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘y’:

Start at the middle line. Make a downward stroke that curves to the left, then loop back up to the middle line, forming an oval similar to a cursive “u.” From the middle line, continue the stroke downward below the bottom line, forming a long tail. Curve the tail to the left and back up, creating a loop below the bottom line. Finish with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘Y’:

Start at the top line. Make a downward stroke that slants to the right, reaching the bottom line. Lift your pencil and place it back at the top line, slightly to the left of where you started the first stroke. Create another downward stroke that slants to the left, crossing the first stroke near the middle and reaching the bottom line.

How to Connect Letter ‘y’ in Cursive:

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘y’ and connect the letter ‘y’ in cursive ‘y’.

 

 

Cursive Z

How to Write Lowercase Cursive ‘z’:

Start at the middle line. Make a diagonal stroke slanting downward and to the right, reaching the bottom line. Without lifting your pen, curve the stroke back up to the middle line, forming a small loop or hook. From the middle line, continue the stroke downward and to the left, forming a diagonal line that ends just above the bottom line. Finish with a slight upward curve to connect to the next letter.

How to Write Uppercase Cursive ‘Z’:

Start at the top line. Make a diagonal stroke slanting downward and to the right, reaching the bottom line. Without lifting your pen, curve the stroke back up to the top line, forming a small loop or hook. From the top line, create another diagonal stroke slanting downward and to the left, crossing the first stroke near the middle and reaching the bottom line. Finish with a slight upward curve at the end of the second stroke to connect to the next letter.

How to Connect Letter ‘z’ in Cursive:

This video is made to help you master the lowercase and uppercase cursive ‘z’ and connect the letter ‘z’ in cursive ‘z’.

 

 

Practice tracing these letters until you feel comfortable with their shapes and flow. Remember to maintain a relaxed grip on your writing instrument and to move your hand smoothly across the page. With patience and practice, you’ll soon find yourself writing in cursive with confidence and style!