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Learning Cursive practice pages with Instructional Videos (2nd and 3rd grade)

Ann Fausnight
Grade Levels
2nd - 3rd, Homeschool
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119 pages and 81 video links
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Let me teach your class cursive writing! The practice pages combined with the videos allow students to learn cursive on their own and at their own pace. This gives teachers valuable time to focus on other skills.

Your purchase today provides you with all of the pages (110+), and access links to 81 videos.

Each Learning Cursive packet teaches all of the cursive letters and making connections with the letters that follow. Cursive writing is an important skill for students but teachers often do not have the time to incorporate lessons into the classroom. Some teachers also feel that they themselves do not have sufficient cursive skills to be an effective instructor of this skill. Video lessons can save teaching time, model proper writing skills, allow for small group or individual lessons, allow students to work at their own pace, and may even help teachers improve their own cursive skills.

Letters are learned in a logical sequence, but not alphabetically. Letters with similar strokes are learned then reviewed together.

Letter order:


i, t, e, l, u, w

a, d, o, g, c, q

j, b, h, k, f

n, m, y

r, s, p

v, x, z (This group could be included with n, m, and y, but I chose to save them for last so that other more used letters could be practiced first.)

Special lessons for making connections with o, w, b, and v are also included.


A, O, Q

C, E

N, M, H, K

B, P, R

F, T

D, L

I, J

S, G

U, Y, W, V, X, Z

Additionally the videos include information on pencil grip, slant, size, shape, and spacing. Students are given and shown Dos and Don'ts for each letter. Lessons review previously learned letters. Lessons ask students to reflect on their work. They are encouraged to find their best letter and to try to improve a less well done letter. Students will practice reading cursive, while learning to write it. The cursive used in this product is my own personal handwriting. I am a teacher with 38 years experience teaching cursive. I have successfully instructed close to 1,000 students in learning to write in cursive. It has always been one of the most fun parts of third grade for the students. I hope to continue this tradition without the burden of “not enough time to do a good job” on the teachers.

Darcy Baldwin of Darcy Baldwin Fonts helped me immensely by creating and then continually tweaking my font. She was a pleasure to work with. If you need fonts, please visit her store!

Other Learning Cursive products:

Learning Cursive pages and videos (4th grade and up)

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119 pages and 81 video links
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