Cursive q

For those who have been searching for a free online resource on how to write cursive a cursive “q”, this page should provide you with the information and examples you need. There simply aren’t as many schools that have cursive writing as part of their curriculum and those schools that continue to teach cursive writing often don’t spend as much time as they did in the past on this topic. That’s why pages like this one are important for those who’re still interested in learning how to write cursive letters.

This page can be helpful to a number of different people. Anyone who has an interest in learning cursive writing should find the free online cursive resources useful in their quest to become proficient in cursive writing. Both the video and cursive “q” printables can be an effective resource that teachers can use to supplement their in-school teaching so that students have more opportunity and time to practice cursive writing. Homeschool mothers and fathers can use these free resources to plan out a full course on how to teach their kids to write cursive. While the entire website covers all uppercase and lowercase cursive letters of the alphabet, this page is dedicated to teaching how to write a cursive “q”.

There are many different cursive fonts that exist with all being legitimate ways to write cursive. Since it’s not possible to teach all of them, we have chosen to use D’Nealian cursive for a number of reasons. First and foremost, D’Nealian cursive is what’s taught to most school children today at US schools. This has been the case for decades which also means that as a parent, you likely learned D’Nealian cursive as well when you were taught. It’s a popular cursive font due to the fact that it’s pretty basic and fundamental, while not being overly difficult to learn. The information on how to write a cursive “q” is done with D’Nealian cursive.

How to Write a Lowercase Cursive “q”

For those learning to write a cursive “q”, you can anticipate that it’ll fall somewhere in the middle compared to other letters of the cursive alphabet. That means it isn’t going to be a breeze to master, but it also shouldn’t take a lot of time and effort. If you’ve been learning the letters in order up to this point, you should have no issues with a cursive “q” if you continue to put in the effort you have on the other letters. The best way to begin the process of learning to write a cursive “q” is to actually watch a video that explains the proper way to write it. This will also give you the opportunity to see some of the more common mistakes those writing a cursive “q” make.

Video showing how to write the Lowercase letter "q" in cursive

Once you’ve watched the video a number of times and feel you have a good mental picture on how to write a cursive “q” you can then move onto writing it yourself. The best option is to download and print out a cursive “q” worksheet to use as you watch the video again. The free cursive “q” printable will give you some basic structure with dotted lines to help you follow along with the proper stroke while watching the video to ease you into the correct way to write it. You can continue to watch the video and write along with it with the worksheet as many times as needed until you’re confident in your cursive “q” writing.

The cursive “q” printable worksheet is also a quality resource for teachers to use in their own classroom or if they want their students to continue to practice writing the cursive “q” outside of school for homework. This is also true for homeschooling parents. The cursive “q” worksheet in conjunction with the video can be the main study tool to help their children gain confidence and eventually master writing the cursive “q”.

Try one of the worksheets