This post continues Printerfriend.Ly’s commitment to giving you resources to learn cursive! Check out our posts on writing the beginning of the alphabet (A, B, and C are of course a good place to start!) if you want to start there. In this post, we will give you printable worksheets which will help you write the letter ‘I’.

How to write a cursive ‘I’

This first image shows you the strokes needed in order to write an uppercase and lowercase ‘I.’ The dotted lines show the strokes, and the arrows show the directionality. If you follow the directions, you’ll be able to form the letter without lifting your pencil (except for dotting the ‘i’!)

How to write a cursive I

Free cursive “I” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)

This worksheet gives traceable letters to help you practice writing your cursive. Trace over the letters and by the end of the worksheet, you’ll have taught your hand how to make the shape and it will be easier to form the letters without the dotted lines later.

Upper and lowercase I

Capital “I” worksheet (uppercase) for kids

This worksheet gives you space to form the uppercase ‘I’ on your own, to get a feel for forming it. You can make the letter as big or small as you want, but the lines gives you a guide.

Uppercase cursive I

Lowercase cursive “i” worksheet

This worksheet helps you practice writing cursive lowercase ‘i’s. Be sure to leave a tail at the beginning and end of the letter so when you write full words, you can connect the letters up.

Lowercase cursive i

Print and download cursive I worksheets

Do you want to easily download these worksheets as PDFs? Simply click the links below!

How to write a cursive ‘I’

Free cursive “I” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)

Capital “I” worksheet (uppercase) for kids

Lowercase cursive “i” worksheet

Do you need more tips on how to teach and learn cursive? This post details fun activities and ways that kids (and adults!) can learn cursive. Here are some other fun activities that can be used to learn cursive as well. Learning handwriting can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be boring!