It’s becoming more difficult to learn cursive writing. There’s been a trend at schools to cut back the number of hours spent teaching students how to write the cursive alphabet, and in some cases, cursive writing has been completely eliminated from the school curriculum. That’s why it’s important that there are free online cursive writing resources that anyone interested in learning cursive writing can access and learn from. This page is dedicated to helping you learn how to write the cursive capital U.
There are two main resources that can be found on this page. For those who learn best visually, there’s a cursive capital U video that shows the proper way to write this cursive letter while also taking the time to point out where those learning often make mistakes when writing it. In addition, there is a cursive capital U worksheet to help with writing practice. This worksheet has example letters and well as trace letters to help you get the stroke of the cursive capital U right. For both the worksheet and video, D’Nealian cursive is used. D’Nealian cursive is what teachers commonly teach their students in US schools and it’s the cursive font you most likely think of when you think about cursive writing. It also has the advantage that it’s not an overly intricate cursive font making it fairly easy for beginners of cursive writing to learn.
How to Write a Cursive Capital “U”
When it comes to the best way to learn cursive writing, immediately trying to write the cursive letter usually isn’t the best course of action. While it may seem a little strange, it’s actually better to take some time to watch a video that demonstrates the proper way to write the cursive capital U. Taking the time to watch the video will help you visualize the proper way to write the letter while also helping you see the mistakes that are common that should be avoided. While you may be tempted to watch the video once and then move on, it’s best to spend some time concentrating on the video and watch it a number of times until you feel you’ve gained the needed information and confidence to write the cursive capital U on your own.
When you’ve watched the video enough times that you are ready to write the cursive U by yourself, the next step is to print out a cursive capital U worksheet. By having a cursive U worksheet to use, you can then watch the video again while writing the letter yourself to ensure you’re properly doing the stroke and avoiding the errors. Again, doing this a number of times until you feel confident that you can write a cursive capital U without any help or resources is the goal. At this point, you can take out a regular sheet of paper and begin to practice writing during your free time. Even when you reach this stage, it makes sense to refer back to the video and worksheet from time to time to confirm you’re still properly writing the cursive capital U.
Try one of the worksheets
The resources on this page were specifically created to help anyone with the interest of learning how to write a cursive capital U. If you found these resources helpful, please tell your friends, family, and any other person you feel could benefit from the video and worksheet about this page. We’re hoping that individuals, teachers wanting to give their students more practice, and parents homeschooling their kids find the video and worksheet helpful. Since providing everyone a way to learn cursive writing and the cursive alphabet is the ultimate goal of this webpage, we’d also like to get your opinion on ways we might improve our resources to make it even easier for all to learn how to write cursive.