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Cursive z

As you see in the diagram (above), begin the capital Z slightly below your topline. Begin by making a “2” shape but once your stroke meets the bottom line, make a quick loop on the inner, left side of the letter, almost directly below your starting point. After you make the quick loop, bring your stroke back out and to the right and immediately down and below the bottom line. Finally, once below the bottom line, make another quick loop, like a cursive y. To finish the letter leave a tail/tag out to the right to either end the letter or connect to your next letter.Begin your stroke slightly below your midline, again like a capital cursive Z, make a small “2” like shape but without the tail on the end of the two. When your stroke meets the bottom line, make a quick loop. Next, take your stroke below the bottom line, make a loop, and finish your stroke back above the bottom line leaving a tail out to the right to either end the letter or connect to your next letter.

There’s a good reason more people are turning to the Internet to find out information about cursive writing. Schools have started to trend away from teaching cursive writing. While the vast majority of schools still teach cursive as part of their curriculum, more schools have reduced the number of hours they devote to teaching cursive letters while some have gone so far as to completely eliminate cursive from their elementary school curriculum. With the trend of less time being spent at school teaching cursive, it’s vitally important that cursive writing resources are available for free online for those who have an interest in learning it. Cursive Letters came into being for this exact reason with this page being devoted to teaching how to write a cursive capital Z.

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