Jan 11, 2020

Write in Cursive

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#Practice “B.” Begin with a straight downward stroke from the top to the bottom line. Then, make a rounded curve to the side from the top of the stroke to just above the dotted line on the paper. Make another rounded curve from the middle of the stroke to the bottom of the stroke. Curve the stroke to make a small loop and end by sweeping the stroke to the right, just above the bottom line.<ref>http://teacherlink.ed.usu.edu/tlresources/aids/Handwriting/CHPCaps48.pdf</ref>[[Image:Write in Cursive Step 17.jpg|center]]
 
#Practice “B.” Begin with a straight downward stroke from the top to the bottom line. Then, make a rounded curve to the side from the top of the stroke to just above the dotted line on the paper. Make another rounded curve from the middle of the stroke to the bottom of the stroke. Curve the stroke to make a small loop and end by sweeping the stroke to the right, just above the bottom line.<ref>http://teacherlink.ed.usu.edu/tlresources/aids/Handwriting/CHPCaps48.pdf</ref>[[Image:Write in Cursive Step 17.jpg|center]]
 
#*An uppercase “B” is written very differently in cursive than a lowercase “b.” You may need to practice it a few times to get it right.
 
#*An uppercase “B” is written very differently in cursive than a lowercase “b.” You may need to practice it a few times to get it right.
#Do “E.” Start by making a small vertical loop that extends down from the top line. Then, curve to the left to form a larger vertical loop that extends to just above the dotted line. Make a small loop over the dotted line and curve downward to form a larger loop that touches the bottom line. End by extending the bottom loop upward so it sits just above the bottom line.<ref>https://ift.tt/2tN3jTZtlresources/aids/Handwriting/CHPCaps48.pdf</ref>[[Image:Write in Cursive Step 18.jpg|center]]
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#Do “E.” Start by making a small vertical loop that extends down from the top line. Then, curve to the left to form a larger vertical loop that extends to just above the dotted line. Make a small loop over the dotted line and curve downward to form a larger loop that touches the bottom line. End by extending the bottom loop upward so it sits just above the bottom line.<ref>https://ift.tt/2tN3jTZtlresource.mv;bv;dfsbmpdfmb;demg;devbpodfkmbvd v  [pge
 
#*An “E” in cursive looks a lot like a backwards “3.”  
 
#*An “E” in cursive looks a lot like a backwards “3.”  
 
#Practice "L." Begin with a loop towards the right, just below the dotted line. Curve the loop upward until it touches the top line. Then, extend the stroke downward to the left until it hits the bottom line. Draw a small loop upward towards the right and then extend the stroke so it slopes just below the bottom line.<ref>http://teacherlink.ed.usu.edu/tlresources/aids/Handwriting/CHPCaps48.pdf</ref>[[Image:Write in Cursive Step 19.jpg|center]]
 
#Practice "L." Begin with a loop towards the right, just below the dotted line. Curve the loop upward until it touches the top line. Then, extend the stroke downward to the left until it hits the bottom line. Draw a small loop upward towards the right and then extend the stroke so it slopes just below the bottom line.<ref>http://teacherlink.ed.usu.edu/tlresources/aids/Handwriting/CHPCaps48.pdf</ref>[[Image:Write in Cursive Step 19.jpg|center]]


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