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When a child learns cursive handwriting, they are setting themselves up strongly for the rest of their education. Whether they use cursive letters in day to day life or not, students are putting themselves in the best position possible by learning how to write in this style.
These alphabet worksheets are aimed to help third-grade children get the most out of their writing skills by learning cursive letters individually. Here, kids will write the letter 'Q' in cursive, and practice using the guidelines on the sheet. A cursive 'Q' can be a challenge to incorporate into a sentence by itself, so we have created a sentence, 'The Queen quite likes eating quiche', that emphasises the use of the cursive letter 'Q'. By referring back to these worksheets and with lots of practice, kids will soon be filled with confidence when writing a cursive 'Q'.
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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.