Cursive ‘P’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Ps
In this post, we give you tips on how to write a cursive ‘P’, as well as give you worksheets to practice writing it.
If you want to download and print all the following worksheets as PDFs, scroll to the bottom of the page.
How to write a cursive ‘P’
In this worksheet we first teach you how to write a cursive ‘P’. The arrows demonstrate the strokes needed to form the letters. There are also traceable letters at the bottom of the sheet.
Free cursive “P” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
This worksheet gives you space to practice writing your uppercase and lowercase ‘P’. Just trace the letters to get used to forming them. Then feel free to grab another sheet of paper and practice writing them on your own.
Capital “P” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
Our next worksheet gives an example of an uppercase cursive ‘P’, and then lines to practice writing it on! The more you practice writing a letter, the easier it will be.
Lowercase cursive “P” worksheet
This worksheet focuses on the lowercase cursive ‘p’. You have plenty of space to practice writing the letter on the lines given.
Print and download cursive P worksheets
Want to download the previous worksheets as PDFs to easily print? Click on the following links, and save them to your computer!
Are you a parent who’s struggling to teach your child cursive? We know it can be difficult! If you want to learn more about cursive, here is a post with 21 things parents should know about cursive. If you need even more advice, here’s a post with lots of tips on effectively teaching cursive. Once your kids have a grasp of different letters, you can have them practice writing entire words.
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