With more schools not teaching cursive, or reducing the number of hours that it’s taught, more people are looking for resources to help them teach and learn different cursive letters. This page provides resources to help anyone interested in learning how to write a cursive capital L. There are two main resources available. There’s a cursive capital L video that goes into detail on the proper way to write a cursive L while also pointing out mistakes beginners frequently make when trying to write this letter. It also has a cursive capital L worksheet with tracing lines to help you master the correct stroke as quickly as possible. For those interested, the cursive used on this page is D’Nealian cursive. There are many different cursive fonts, but D’Nealian cursive is one of the easier cursive styles to learn and it also has the benefit of being the most widely taught cursive font at schools around the US.
How to Write a Cursive Capital “L”
Those wanting to learn the way to write a cursive capital L are often surprised that’s it’s not as easy as anticipated. This is likely because L’s aren’t all that complicated in print. While the cursive capital L isn’t overly difficult compared to some of the other letters in the alphabet, it’s much more difficult than its print counterpart. This will mean you’ll likely need to spend some extra time than anticipated practicing it in order to master it. To begin, you should take the time to watch a video explaining the correct way to write a cursive L. This will help you visualize the correct stroke and give hints about the pitfalls to avoid that beginners are likely to make. By first starting with the video, you put yourself in a much better position to master the cursive capital L without unneeded complications.
If you followed the advice to begin the process of learning to write a cursive capital L with the video, you should now have some confidence in how to properly write it on paper. The next best step is to print a capital cursive L worksheet and use this while watching the video. This will help you understand the flow of the cursive L by both following the trace line and watching the video to avoid the mistakes that people often make with this letter. Spending an adequate amount of time doing this should help you gain the confidence to write the cursive capital L on your own without any other resource other than your pen or pencil. Then it’s merely a matter of practice until you get it down pat. If at any time you need a bit of a refresher, be sure to go back and watch the video again or print out the worksheet and trace.
The resources on this page are here to help you learn how to write a cursive capital L. We hope that you’ve found them useful in obtaining this goal. If they have been useful, please take the time to share them with others who you feel could benefit from them. We would like more home school parents and teachers to realize there are free online resources to help them teach cursive to their students and kids. We’re also interested in hearing from you about what is good and bad about this page so we can make improvements and help those seeking to learn cursive even more.