Cursive ‘J’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Js
If you want other fun ways to write the letter J, check out this post which teaches you how to write J in bubble, block, and graffiti styles. We also have posts on how to write the cursive letters that come before J in the alphabet (H, I, and more!) If you need more letters of the alphabet, go to our home page and search for the letter you want to learn!
How to write a cursive ‘J’
Our first worksheet demonstrates how to write a cursive J, and then gives you space to practice. For a cursive ‘J’, it is important to pay attention to how the letter sits on the lines on the paper. The ‘tail’ of both the uppercase and lowercase ‘J’ sit below the line.
Free cursive “J” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this worksheet, we give you traceable letters to practice writing your ‘J’s. You can add letters in between the traces too, but this worksheet is really to get you used to forming the letter.
Capital “J” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
In this worksheet, we give you space to practice writing an uppercase cursive ‘J’. Now you’ve gotten to this part of the alphabet, you can start practicing connecting the letters up. Alternative between capital and lowercase ‘J’ and you can practice how it will feel to write cursive words.
Lowercase cursive “J” worksheet
In this worksheet, we give you open space to practice writing the lowercase ‘j’. Don’t forget to add the dot!
Print and download cursive J worksheets
To easily download each of the previous worksheets as PDFs, click on the following links. This will allow you to easily print the worksheets on your home printer.
Do you need more advice on teaching or learning cursive? This article gives activities and fun ways to learn cursive. Each cursive letter has different ways to form it, so you need to figure out which one you like best! Here is a video showing another way to write an uppercase cursive ‘J’:
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