With typing skills taking increasing precedence in schools, education in cursive handwriting has fallen by the wayside for some.
However, the ability to write using cursive letters is still as important as ever, as it helps improve fine motor skills, and develop children's literacy abilities. With the help of these fun worksheets, third-grade students can work through the whole alphabet of cursive letters by learning to trace one at a time.
To learn the cursive letter 'H', kids are first encouraged to trace repeated letters. There is then allocated space on the worksheets for them to use what they have learned to repeat the letter 'H' in cursive across the page. With their new cursive writing abilities, kids are then shown how to write 'Henry has got hundreds of hats'. The repeated use of cursive 'H' will get children thinking about how they can use this letter in other contexts.
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Sarah was born and raised in the North West. Her love of art and culture brought her to study in London and she never left! She can be found teaching painting classes, trying out new recipes, or drawing with a cup of tea.