Cursive 'F' Worksheet

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When children get to third grade, they are at the perfect stage to begin experimenting with different handwriting styles.

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Cursive handwriting is particularly helpful in third-grade education as it will help kids develop real-life skills that they can use in the future. With the help of these worksheets, kids will develop their cursive writing abilities by learning to write each letter individually.

By taking the time to practice the cursive letters shown in these worksheets, they will soon be able to write the whole alphabet themselves. First, kids will learn to write each cursive letter in both lower and upper case. Then, they are encouraged to write out the sentence 'Fatima found five friendly fish'. This alliterative use of cursive 'F' will familiarise them of its contextual use, and fill them with the confidence they need to write cursive sentences by themselves.

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

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