Cursive handwriting is a skill that, once learned, can be used for a lifetime.
While third-grade children can sometimes find it tricky to get used to using cursive letters, these simple worksheets take the pressure off by allowing kids to develop their skills through tracing. Students can use the guidelines on the worksheets to learn how to write the letter 'Z' in cursive, before then writing out a sentence.
The sentence 'Zainab saw zebras at the zoo' is constructed for kids to be able to write, while simultaneously learning how to use cursive 'Z' in a sentence. Cursive writing is a key learning tool within children's education and is a great way to help develop their confidence as writers. By learning each cursive letter one at a time, kids can make sure their understanding of the language is clear, and develop their own personal style of writing!
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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.