Cursive ‘V’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Vs
Writing in cursive is a classic and timeless skill. If you’re looking for tools and tips on learning cursive, this is the place to be! We have lots of worksheets for you to practice cursive, including the entire alphabet, from A and B to the very end.
In this worksheet we focus specifically on the letter ‘V’. If you want other fun ways of writing the letter, check out this post. It gives you examples of fun writing styles like bubble, block, graffiti, and fancy fonts.
How to write a cursive ‘V’
Our first worksheet in this post demonstrates how to write a cursive ‘V’. The arrows give direction on how to form the letter, so just follow them as you practice! Trace the dotted lines at the bottom of this sheet. Be sure to look at the ways that the ‘V’ differs from ‘U’ – they can look very similar.
Free cursive “V” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
This worksheet gives lots of traceable versions of ‘V’, both uppercase and lowercase. Tracing these letters will give you a great opportunity to practice cursive and get your muscle memory used to the letter.
Capital “V” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
Sometimes it can be helpful to focus in on either the capital or lowercase version of a cursive letter. In this worksheet, we give an example of the uppercase ‘V’, and then lines for you to practice on.
Lowercase cursive “v” worksheet
This worksheet follows the pattern of the previous one – giving an example of the lowercase ‘v’ and then giving space to practice it.
Print and download cursive V worksheets
These worksheets are easy to download and print. Simply click the following links and save them to your computer.
Do you need tips and tricks on how to teach cursive? Check out this article with advice on teaching this classic skill. As may people are homeschooling their kids during COVID-19, here is a homeschool-specific article on steps to teaching cursive as well.
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