Cursive ‘K’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Ks
Welcome back to Printerfriend.Ly’s next post in our ‘How to write cursive letters’ series. In this post we will show you how to write the cursive letter ‘K’. If you want to learn how to write the letters before ‘K’ in the alphabet, check out our posts on H, I, and J. We also have related posts on how to write letters in bubble, block, graffiti, and fancy fonts; click here to see our post on the letter ‘K.‘
How to write a cursive “K”
In this worksheet, we first teach you how to write a cursive K. Follow the arrows to learn the strokes in making the letter. At the bottom there are traceable ‘K’s as well, for you to practice with!
Free cursive “K” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this sheet, we give you space to trace upper and lowercase letters. Feel free to add additional letters in between if you want to practice writing ‘K’ on your own!
Capital “K” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
This sheet has lines to practice writing an uppercase ‘K’. We give you an example on the first line and then lines to practice writing on. As you repeat the letter, you’ll see that it becomes easier to form.
Lowercase cursive “K” worksheet
This sheet focuses on lowercase cursive ‘k’. You can practice writing it until it becomes engrained in your muscle memory.
Print and download cursive K worksheets
If you want to download the above worksheets in PDF form, we have that for you as well! Simply click on the links below to easily download and print the worksheets.
Do you need more advice on learning how to write in cursive? Check out these fun activities on learning cursive.
If you want to watch a video to learn how to write a cursive ‘K’, check out this one below. It shows the letter being traced. Feel free to follow along on a piece of paper.
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