Getting some experience in writing using cursive letters is a significant milestone in third-grade education.
Using exercises aimed at improving their fine motor skills and attention span, such as tracing, will allow children to learn cursive writing with ease. With this sheet, students will concentrate on learning to use a cursive 'T', both by itself and in the context of a sentence.
By first getting to grips with using the letter 'T' in cursive, and then practising through repetition, these worksheets help familiarise kids with each cursive letter one at a time. After practising the cursive 'T' sufficiently, kids get to then write the sentence 'The tiger took the train into town'. By using these worksheets, students will develop on their ability to write independently, and can use this knowledge to write words, sentences, and even stories!
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