Cursive ‘E’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Es
This post gives different ways to write a cursive ‘E’, and worksheets to practice the techniques. All the worksheets are free to download and easy to print! If you need more cursive worksheets, check out these ones on how to write ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’. If you want the rest of the alphabet, you can search for other letters on our home page.
How to write a cursive ‘E’
Our first worksheet shows you how to write a cursive ‘E’ in upper and lowercase. It then gives you letters to trace to practice. The E is a fun letter to write, with curves and swoops to add some flair. Enjoy playing around with it!
Free cursive “E” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
This worksheet gives letters to trace for practicing both uppercase and lowercase cursive ‘E’s.
Capital “E” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
Sometimes it’s helpful to focus on either the capital or lowercase letter. In this worksheet, you can build up your skills on the uppercase ‘E’.
Lowercase cursive “E” worksheet
This worksheet allows you to practice writing a lowercase cursive ‘e’.
Print and download cursive E worksheets
If you want to download all of these worksheets as PDFs, click on the links below.
Do you need extra tips on how to teach or learn cursive? Here is an article on fun ways to learn cursive and work on handwriting skills.
Now that you have worksheets of different letters to practice, it’s time to start putting them together! Part of the trick of cursive is learning how to connect all the letters together when writing a word. This article includes some worksheets with words to practice.
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