Cursive ‘M’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Ms
Cursive can be tricky to learn, but with help from Printerfriend.Ly, you’ll get it in no time. Sometimes it can be helpful to focus on just one letter of the alphabet, and write it until it becomes part of your muscle memory. In this post, we focus on the letter ‘M’.
We also have a post on other fun ways to write the letter ‘M’, that teaches you how to write it in block, bubble, and graffiti letters. If you want to start from earlier letters in the alphabet, check out our posts on ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’. If you have a specific idea of a letter you want to learn, just go to our home page and use the search bar.
How to write a cursive ‘M’
In our first worksheet, we show you how to write a cursive ‘M’, both uppercase and lowercase. Simply follow the arrows to form the letter. There is also space for practice at the bottom of the page; trace along the dotted lines to form the letters.
Free cursive “M” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
This worksheet allows you to trace capital and lowercase ‘M’s to get the letters into your muscle memory. If you feel comfortable writing the letters on your own, feel free to continue down to our next worksheets.
Capital “M” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
In this worksheet, we give an example of an uppercase cursive ‘m’, and then lines to practice writing it on.
Lowercase cursive “m” worksheet
In this worksheet, we follow the format of the previous worksheet. We give an example of a lowercase cursive ‘m’, and then lines to practice writing it on.
Print and download cursive A worksheets
If you want to easily download and print the worksheets in this post, simply click on the following links. This will give you a PDF to download.
Elizabeth Hampson is a freelance artist, graphic designer, and copywriter living in Edinburgh. Elizabeth received her Masters Degree at University of Edinburgh, She decided to stay in the Edinburgh, where she lives with her cat.
Elizabeth enjoys trying out new techniques and media in design and has enjoyed working with PrinterFriend.ly. Her media of choice is papercutting art, and quarantine forced her hand into starting a business selling her pieces. Check out Elizabeth’s full author bio profile here.