Cursive ‘N’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Ns
Continuing on our tradition of giving you worksheets and tips on writing cursive, this post will teach you a new letter of the alphabet! Here, we focus on writing the letter ‘N’.
If you would like to learn how to write other cursive letters from the beginning of the alphabet, check out our posts on A, B, and C. We also have other fun ways to write the letter N in graffiti, block, and fancy styles.
How to write a cursive ‘N’
In this first worksheet, we give you techniques on writing a cursive ‘N’. If you follow the arrows given, you can learn the strokes needed to write the letter. There are also examples to trace at the bottom of the page.
Free cursive “N” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this worksheet, we give traceable letters for you to get a feel of writing the letter ‘N’. Feel free to grab a blank piece of paper and practice writing it on your own as well!
Capital “N” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
This worksheet focuses specifically on the uppercase ‘N’. We give you an example on the first line and then other spaces to practice writing the letter. Feel free to make them as big or as small as you’d like; the lines are only guides!
Lowercase cursive “n” worksheet
In comparison to the previous worksheet, this one focuses on writing the lowercase ‘n’. You have lots of spaces to practice the letters. When you write a letter over and over again, your muscle memory will build up until it becomes easier to write.
Print and download cursive N worksheets
If you want to download the above worksheets as PDFs, click the following links. This will allow you to easily print the sheets.
Cursive can be fun to learn! Check out this post on fun activities to teach cursive. Using shaving cream can be a good way to teach regular handwriting as well as cursive:
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