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Cursive handwriting is one of the best skills a child can learn during their time in education, and it can be used throughout their life.
Using worksheets that allow children to trace each cursive letter is incredibly helpful as it encourages students to get involved and write by themselves. After writing out the cursive 'U', with the help of traced guidelines, kids can add to their cursive writing ability by learning how to construct a sentence with cursive letters.
This worksheet, in particular, uses the sentence 'Umar usually uses an umbrella' to help third-grade students make use of a cursive 'U', and understand how to write it out in a sentence. By using this activity, as well as the other cursive alphabet worksheets Kidadl has to offer, kids will be on the fast track to developing their literacy abilities.
To discover and download the rest of our cursive handwriting sheets click HERE
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.