Cursive 'E' Worksheet

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Students in third grade are often familiar with the alphabet and how to develop this knowledge into writing sentences.

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With cursive handwriting, children can take their literacy abilities to the next level, and set themselves up for the future by developing their own unique writing style. Learning cursive letters can be daunting at first, so these worksheets are designed to instil confidence in each child as they work through each letter.

In this worksheet, kids will learn how to write the letter 'E' in cursive. First, they will use a traced outline to practise the cursive letter 'E', and then they are encouraged to try writing their own. Once they have become familiar with cursive writing, kids will have the skills to write in a variety of contexts, and enhance their education. With the help of these worksheets, they can easily get to grips with new lettering styles and go on to use these skills in the future.

To discover and download the rest of our cursive handwriting sheets click HERE

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