There was a time when if you attended elementary school, you would graduate fluent in cursive writing. That’s no longer the case at some schools in the US. Many schools have cut down the time spent learning cursive letters as part of their curriculum while some schools have completely eliminated teaching cursive writing. With this being the case, it’s becoming more and more important for online websites to take up some of the slack and provide free cursive writing resources for those who want to learn the cursive alphabet. You can learn how to write a cursive capital V on this particular page.
To help you learn the proper way to write a cursive capital V, you’ll find two main resources for you to use. One is a cursive capital V video which spells out the correct way to write a cursive V while also taking the time to show the more common mistakes that learners make when first learning to write this cursive letter. The other is a cursive capital V worksheet which gives examples of the cursive capital V as well as tracing letters that allow you to trace over the V to makes sure you’ve got the stroke down. D’Nealian cursive is used for both the video and the worksheet since it’s the cursive font taught to most US school students. D’Nealian cursive is also one of the more basic cursive fonts making it a good fundamental cursive font to learn.
How to Write a Cursive Capital “V”
The temptation when first trying to learn how to write a new cursive letter is to sit down with pen and paper and do your best, but a better way is to put down the pen and paper and watch a video that shows the proper way to write a cursive capital V. By watching a demonstration of the correct way to write it along with pointers about mistakes you want to avoid, you’ll be in a much better position to master it more quickly once you begin to write it. This is especially true if you take extra care to take note and avoid the mistakes that beginners commonly make. It’s also important not to rush through the video. Take your time and watch it multiple times until you are quite confident that you can write it on your own.
Now that you have the confidence to write a cursive capital V because you’ve watched the video a few times, you still don’t want to write it on your own without any help. A better plan is to print out a cursive capital V worksheet and use this worksheet while watching the video to better understand the stroke and to avoid the little mistakes. You should again use the cursive capital V worksheet while watching the video several times until you’re confident in your ability to write a cursive V without any resource help. From this point, it’s simply a matter of finding time to practice and put in the effort until you have mastered writing it. It’s also worthwhile to refer back to the worksheet and video from time to time while practicing to ensure you’re continuing to correctly write the cursive capital V.
Both the cursive capital V worksheet and video are resources to help you learn how to write a cursive V. If you found these to be useful in your quest to master writing the cursive capital V, we’d appreciate it if you’d take the time to share them with others who could benefit from them. We hope that in time teachers will use the worksheet and video to help their students study at home or for those students who need a bit more time than is available in the classroom. We hope that homeschool parents will set up a curriculum using all the pages on this website to teach a cursive alphabet class. But mostly we hope that anyone who has the desire to learn cursive is able to find the resources they need to master it with a bit of time and effort. If you have any comments or ideas on the resources on how to write a cursive capital V, please contact us to let us know.