Practice writing in cursive with the D`Nealian font with simple doodle borders.
Cursive writing is an old-school skill that kids should learn, but whether they’re taught it varies depending on where you live. Whether you want to do some cursive handwriting practice for school or teach it at home, this free customizable cursive name tracing worksheet can really help.
You can even change the font, color, and border!
Most kids love learning to write their names, which is great because it’s also one of the most important things they need to learn early on. And what better first full word to practice in cursive?
We use the D’Nealian font as our default for cursive because it has well formed, easy to read handwriting letters.
If kids are still new to handwriting, it can be helpful to choose the font with arrow guides so they form cursive letters correctly. Once the basics are down, the dotted version of the font works well.
Another fun idea is to practice hand lettering with this free cursive name tracing worksheet. Use the dotted or solid font and a thick marker to practice hand lettering techniques.
The more kids practice writing in cursive the more they develop muscle memory and it becomes second nature!