Cursive ‘Q’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Qs
In this worksheet we focus on the cursive ‘Q’. Capital Q is the main letter in cursive that doesn’t look like its print counterpart. In cursive, ‘Q’ looks more like a ‘2’.
Need other fun ways to write the letter ‘Q’? Check out this post on bubble, block, graffiti, and fancy ways to write it. We also have posts on writing cursive on the letters before Q in the alphabet. Check out our articles on ‘O‘ and ‘P‘. We have the other letters too – just go to our homepage and use the search bar!
How to write a cursive ‘Q’
Our first worksheet shows you how to write a cursive Q. The capital letter looks like the number 2, with an added loop at the top. The lowercase could easily be mistaken for a lowercase ‘g’, so make sure you loop the tail the other way.
Free cursive “Q” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this worksheet, we give you lots of traceable letters to build your muscle memory around the letter ‘Q’. Practice as often as you need to feel comfortable forming the letters.
Capital “Q” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
In this worksheet, we give you an example of an uppercase Q and then lots of lines to practice writing it on.
Lowercase cursive “Q” worksheet
Print and download cursive Q worksheets
Do you want to save these worksheets to easily print them? If so, click the following links to download them to your computer.
Are you curious as to why the cursive Q looks so different from its print counterpart? Some people seem to think when writing the Q, using a ‘2’ version will actually make it easier to connect the letters to others to form words. This post gives five types of Q, where the tail is formed in different ways. Take a look, and see if you can tell which one morphed into the ‘2’ version.
Need more tips on how to teach cursive? Check out this post on 21 things parents should know while teaching cursive.
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