Cursive ‘H’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Hs
After learning how to write a cursive ‘G’, the next letter to learn is ‘H’. In this post, we will give you details of how to write the cursive ‘H’, and then worksheets to practice it with.
If you want to work on other letters in cursive, check out our other posts! We have worksheets on letters like ‘A’, ‘D’, ‘F’, and more! Just go to our homepage and search for the letter you want to learn.
How to write a cursive ‘H’
A cursive H requires lifting your pen off the paper a few times while forming the letter. In this worksheet, we show you how to form the letter and then give you space to practice writing it.
Free cursive “H” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this worksheet, trace the dotted lines to get a feel for how the letter is formed. If you feel ready to write the letters on your own, you can use the empty space provided to add in some freeform ‘H’s of your own!
Capital “H” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
This worksheet gives you space to practice writing uppercase ‘H’s. You can make the letters as big or small as you want, but we’ve given you lines as a guide.
Lowercase cursive “H” worksheet
A lowercase cursive ‘h’ is basically the same as the print version, but with a few more flourishes. Most people add a loop on the major line, and also more of a swoop on the end to lead into the next letter.
Print and download cursive H worksheets
If you want to download and print these worksheets, click the following links!
There are different ways of writing the letter ‘H’; watch this video for a different way of writing the uppercase letter. This video gives an example of writing a lowercase ‘h’ and repeats it multiple times. You can use your cursor to follow along on the computer screen to practice.
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