About: I love trying new things, food, projects, ect. I like to stay active, like swimming, synchronized, because it's better that way, I'd like to learn to cook and I absolutely love handy crafts.

Writing in cursive is becoming a skill that less and less people possess. Even to I'm definitely not the best at cursive, people should know how to, and from what I know this is the first instructables on cursive. (Correct me if I'm wrong, it's very possible I am.)

This is going to be completely picture based.

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Step 1: Cursive Upper Case Vowels

Why is kind of like a vowel

Step 2: Cursive Lower Case Vowels

Step 3: Upper Case Consonants That Rhyme With E

There are so many

Step 4: Lower Case Consonants That End Rhyme With E

Step 5: Upper Case: the Rest of the Alphabet

Step 6: Lower Case: the Rest of the Alphabet

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    5 years ago

    Yah they stopped teaching it in my district a couple years ago


    5 years ago on Introduction

    i didn't really think few people possesed the ability to write cursive (or joined up writing as its called it the UK), I for one have been writing it since i was about five, and it is the only way most peoplr in my school (and county) write really, very few cannot write cursive, but i guess other countries and places are different :/


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice! When I was a child, I was teached cursive before script. I still
    write in cursive, being a primary school teacher, and I can write in a good cursive, but I prefer my more personal mix cursive-script
    .:) A quick example of my curvise in the photo :)


    5 years ago

    A lost art for sure! Good work!