Your students’ cursive M is the focus of this cursive handwriting worksheet! Kids will trace the letter M, write their own letters, and trace a cursive sentence featuring words with the letter M. This handwriting worksheet catered to third-grade students focuses on helping children to write legibly in cursive. It will also teach them to correctly space both letters in a word and words in a sentence.
Practicing the letter M in cursive
Learn to write the letter M in cursive. This worksheet has traceable uppercase and lowercase letter M's in cursive. Kids are asked to trace the cursive M's and then write them on their own as well as trace some words that have the letter M.
Cursive Handwriting: "M" is for Monkey
Good penmanship helps kids (and adults!) create handwritten cards and letters that others will cherish. Kids practice writing capital and lowercase "M" in cursive on this worksheet by tracing the letters and then writing their own. They also trace a cursive sentence, then write their own. This worksheet helps your child learn to write legibly in cursive, allowing correct spacing between letters in a word and words in a sentence.
How to Write a Cursive Capital “L”
You should be happy to hear that the cursive capital M is one of the easier cursive letters to learn. That doesn’t mean you won’t have to put in any effort or spend some time practicing, but it does mean you should be able to master it fairly quickly compared to some of the other cursive letters of the alphabet. To make the process as easy as possible, the first step before you try is to watch the video on the proper way to write a cursive capital M. Doing this will show you the correct stroke and also give you hints on typical errors beginners often make when writing this letter. Taking a moment to watch the video a time or two will make it that much easier when you do sit down to write the cursive M on paper.
How to Write a Lowercase Cursive “m”
Learning to write a cursive “m” is somewhere in the middle when it comes to the difficulty of writing different cursive letters. That’s to say, it’s not the easiest or the hardest but falls somewhere in the middle in its difficulty to write. This means you may have to spend a little more time and effort on the cursive “m” than you do with some of the easier cursive letters, but with a bit of determination, it shouldn’t be overly difficult to master. To make learning this letter as easy as possible, it makes sense to watch a video showing the correct way to write a cursive “m” before attempting to write the “m” yourself. This will give you the opportunity to learn the correct stroke and give you insights into where beginners sometimes make mistakes when they first learn to write a cursive “m”. So, before you begin writing on your own, take the time to watch the video.