One of the results of schools in the US cutting back the number of hours they teach cursive writing, and sometimes eliminating their cursive curriculum entirely, is that more people are searching for resources to teach and learn how to write cursive letters online. It’s with this in mind that we created this page. This page specifically teaches how to write a cursive capital M by providing two key resources to help those who want to learn. One is a video that shows the proper way to write a cursive capital M while also pointing out the common errors that people make when first learning this letter. The other is a cursive capital M worksheet with trace lines to help you master the correct stroke when writing a cursive M. We do this with D’Nealian cursive. While there are a large number of different cursive fonts that exist, D’Nealian cursive is what a lot of schools in the US use to teach their students how to write cursive. It’s a fairly basic font that makes it easier to master than some of the fancier and more intricate cursive fonts.
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You should be happy to hear that the cursive capital M is one of the easier cursive letters to learn. That doesn’t mean you won’t have to put in any effort or spend some time practicing, but it does mean you should be able to master it fairly quickly compared to some of the other cursive letters of the alphabet. To make the process as easy as possible, the first step before you try is to watch the video on the proper way to write a cursive capital M. Doing this will show you the correct stroke and also give you hints on typical errors beginners often make when writing this letter. Taking a moment to watch the video a time or two will make it that much easier when you do sit down to write the cursive M on paper.
After watching the video at least a couple of times, you should be ready to try writing a cursive capital M. Before trying to do it completely on your own, consider printing out and using a cursive capital M worksheet. This will give you trace lines for the letter to make it that much easier to learn. Combine it with the video and you should have the cursive M mastered rather quickly. You’ll still need to practice on standard lined paper to feel confident you know it 100% and you can always refer back to the video or worksheet if you need to make sure you’re doing it right during this practice. With just a bit of effort and practice, you should be ready to move onto the next cursive letter in little time.
It’s our hope that the resources on this page were valuable to you in learning how to write a cursive capital M. If you found either the video or worksheet useful in learning how to write a cursive M, please take the time to share them with others you know who may also benefit from these resources. With cursive writing slowly disappearing from schools, we want to give teachers and home school parents free online tools they can use to make sure their students and kids are able to still learn this valuable skill. We’d also be quite interested in hearing from all those who have used these resources about the good points and bad points they found using them so we can continue to improve upon them and make them even better in the future.