Cursive W

One of the trends taking place at elementary schools across the US is a decrease in the time spent teaching cursive writing to students. In fact, some schools have even decided not to teach cursive at all to their students as part of their academic curriculum. To counter this trend, people who believe that learning cursive is an important part of a student’s learning process have started to provide cursive writing resources online for free to help those who want to learn cursive to be able to do so without it costing any money. If you landed on this page, the resources you’ll find here are to help you learn how to write the cursive capital W.

You’ll find two fundamental resources on this page that can help you learn how to correctly write a cursive capital W. To begin, a cursive capital W video is provided that shows in detail and with commentary the proper way to write a cursive W. The video also highlights the mistakes that those learning to write a cursive W often make so that you can avoid making them yourself. Along with the video, the second fundamental resource is a cursive capital W worksheet. This worksheet will show what a D’Nealian cursive capital W looks like and provides tracing lines so you can write over them to get the feel of the correct way to write it. For both the worksheet and video, D’Nealian cursive is shown because of how widespread it’s used in US schools. Most who have learned how to write cursive in school have learned to write D’Nealian cursive.

How to Write a Cursive Capital “W”

While you may be tempted to try to use a pen and paper to write the cursive capital W as a way to begin learning how to write it, a more productive approach is to wait and first watch a video explaining how to properly write it. Taking the time to watch the video will give you a good visual sense of how to write the letter, but even more importantly, it’ll highlight the mistakes you want to avoid so you can ultimately master this letter moe quickly. In fact, the more time you’re willing to spend watching the video with special attention to the mistakes you want to avoid, the more likely you are to master the cursive capital W when you ultimately sit down to practice writing it. Once you feel you have watched the video enough times to confidently try to write a cursive W, you’re ready to take the next step in the learning process.

How to Write a Capital W in Cursive

The step after watching the video is to print out a cursive capital W worksheet. Once printed, you want to trace the example letters on the worksheet while at the same time following along with the video as it explains the proper way to write the letter. Using the cursive W worksheet while watching the video will help to lay a solid foundation to make it much easier to write the cursive capital W without any resource help. Continue to use the video and worksheet together until you’re confident you can do it on your own with just a regular pencil and paper. When you’ve reached this point, it’s merely a matter of putting in the time and effort to practice. Continue to practice until you’ve mastered the cursive capital W, but don’t hesitate to refer back to the video and worksheet from time to time to confirm your practice is correctly being done.

Try one of the worksheets

The goal of this page is to provide useful tools and resources so anyone with an interest in learning how to write a cursive capital W can do so on their own. If you used these tools and resources and found them to be beneficial in learning to write cursive, please take the time to share them with others who could also find them useful. Teachers can use the video and worksheet to give their students extra practice outside of class and help students who need extra time better understand the proper way to write this cursive letter. Parents who homeschool their kids can make sure that they have resources to learn how to write cursive letters as part of their homeschooling. We’re also interested in hearing from you about your thoughts and opinions on these resources and if you have ideas on how we might improve them to make them even more useful for those trying to learn to write a cursive capital W.