Cursive handwriting is one of the best ways for students to develop their fine motor skills, as well as learning how they can add some of their own personality into their writing style.
These worksheets are designed to aid kids in their third-grade education, by giving them the help they need to understand the nuances of how cursive letters work. This worksheet, which focuses on cursive 'Y', is a brilliant way to get children engaged with learning how to write in this style.
As with all the worksheets in our A-Z series, kids will use the technique of tracing a specific cursive letter in both upper and lower case formats. They will then use this knowledge to copy out a sentence 'Yan has plenty of yellow yarn', which in this case targets cursive 'Y'. Once students are confident using the letter 'Y' in cursive, there are no limits to what they can choose to write!
To discover and download the rest of our cursive handwriting sheets click HERE
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