Cursive ‘C’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Cs
In this post, we have free downloadable worksheets to practice cursive. These range from tracing over dotted lines to forming your own letters with this timeless skill.
This post focuses on cursive ‘C’, but if you want to look at other ways of writing the letter, check out this post with different techniques!
1) How to write a cursive ‘C’
Our first image shows you how to write cursive ‘c’s. The arrows demonstrate the different strokes of the letters, and how to form them.
2) Free cursive “C” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
This worksheet allows you to trace the letters of both the uppercase and lowercase ‘C’. (The great thing about ‘C’ is that the capital and lowercase letters are very similar, just a different size!)
3) Capital “C” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
Sometimes it’s good to focus on just the uppercase or lowercase versions of a cursive letter. In this worksheet we give you space to practice the skills you worked on in the worksheet above.
4) Lowercase cursive “C” worksheet
This sheet is focused on the lowercase ‘c’. We give an example of the letter, and then you can practice writing it on each line. This builds up muscle memory for writing the letter.
5) Print and download cursive ‘C’ worksheets
If you want to download any of the cursive worksheets you’ve seen above as PDFs, click on corresponding links:
We understand that it can be hard to teach cursive, especially if you’re homeschooling right now. If you need fun ways to keep your students focused on cursive, check out this post from grade school giggles with different activities. Here are some other ways to practice cursive too.
Tired of cursive ‘Cs’? You can rest your eyes by looking at some of our bubble and block letter ‘Cs’ designs.
Elizabeth Hampson is a freelance artist, graphic designer, and copywriter living in Edinburgh. Elizabeth received her Masters Degree at University of Edinburgh, She decided to stay in the Edinburgh, where she lives with her cat.
Elizabeth enjoys trying out new techniques and media in design and has enjoyed working with PrinterFriend.ly. Her media of choice is papercutting art, and quarantine forced her hand into starting a business selling her pieces. Check out Elizabeth’s full author bio profile here.