Cursive ‘T’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Ts
In this post we will teach you how to write a cursive ‘T’, and then give you ways to practice writing it.
Do you need more interesting ways of writing the letter ‘T’. Head over to our post on how to write the letter in graffiti, block, bubble, or fancy styles.
How to write a cursive ‘T’
A cursive T will require you to pick up your pen or pencil to form. This is where the phrase ‘crossing your t’s and dotting your i’s’ comes from! In this worksheet, we show you how to form the letter. Simply follow the arrows. There are also traceable ‘t’s at the bottom for you to practice with.
Free cursive “T” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
This worksheet gives you plenty of space to practice writing a cursive ‘T’. Simply trace the uppercase and lowercase letters to get your hand used to forming the shapes.
Capital “T” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
In this worksheet, we focus on the uppercase ‘T’. We give you an example, and then plenty of lines to practice on. If you want, you can use the lines to practice connecting ‘T’ to other letters to form words, or write a bunch of ‘T’s of different sizes.
Lowercase cursive “T” worksheet
This worksheet focuses on a lowercase ‘t’. We give an example of the letter, and then plenty of space to practice writing it.
Print and download cursive T worksheets
Do you want to download the worksheets as PDFs, click the following links to save them to your computer. This will allow you easily print them.
Need more tips on how to write in cursive? Check out this post, which also gives good reasons for learning this timeless skill. If you’re teaching cursive, here is a post including a bunch of things you should know about cursive.
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