Cursive letters are more fluid and require more circular, wave, and loop strokes compared to print pre-writing lines. Print pre-writing lines follow a developmental sequence, which I wrote about in my book Basic Shapes for Beginners.
From the research I have done on cursive, there is no developmental sequence for learning cursive lines like print pre-writing lines. The benefits of learning cursive first include all the start points being at the same starting point (this is for lowercase cursive) and also less trouble with letter reversals such as “d” and “b” in print. Each letter in cursive has it's own unique formation.
I took some liberty with the lines and strokes for this printable and included some lines which may not be considered cursive pre-writing lines per say, but they do encourage fluid movement and also working on shapes and lines that have move curves than straight up and down lines.