Cursive ‘X’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Xs
Writing cursive is a classic skill. Here at Printerfriend.Ly, we have plenty of worksheets and tools for you to learn that skill!
This post specifically focuses on the letter X in cursive style. If you want different and fun ways to write ‘X’, check out this post; it gives bubble, block, graffiti, and fancy styles.
How to write a cursive ‘X’
Our first worksheet teaches you how to to write a cursive X; just follow the arrows to form the letter. There are two strokes – make sure to connect up your letters when writing a full word!
Free cursive “X” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
This worksheet includes both uppercase and lowercase ‘x’. The dotted shapes allow you to practice writing the letter before writing it on your own. Simply trace over the letters to give yourself more confidence before forming it on your own!
Capital “X” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
When learning cursive, it can be helpful to focus on the uppercase or lowercase version of the letter. In this worksheet, we focus on the capital version and give you lots of space to practice.
Lowercase cursive “x” worksheet
This worksheet focuses on writing a lowercase x. Similar to the uppercase worksheet, we give you an example of plenty of lines to practice on.
Print and download cursive X worksheets
If you want to download the above worksheets as PDFs, we make that easy for you! Just click the following links to save to your computer and easily print.
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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