Cursive ‘U’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Us
Writing in cursive is a classic and timeless skill. If you’re looking for tools and tips on learning cursive, this is the place to be! We have lots of worksheets for you to practice cursive, including the entire alphabet, from A and B to the very end.
In this worksheet we focus specifically on the letter ‘U’. If you want other fun ways of writing the letter, check out this post. It gives you examples of fun writing styles like bubble, block, graffiti, and fancy fonts.
How to write a cursive ‘U’
Our first worksheet gives you example of writing the letter U in both uppercase and lowercase. The arrows demonstrate which way to form the letters. There are also traceable letters at the bottom to practice.
Free cursive “U” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this worksheet we have dotted letters for you to trace over to form uppercase and lowercase ‘U’s. If you want, you can practice connecting the letters too.
Capital “U” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
In this worksheet, we follow our formula of focusing on the uppercase version of this letter. Uppercase ‘U’ is larger than the lowercase, but it has an extra flourish at the top, making it slightly fancier. Use the lines provided to practice writing it – you can even add your own style if you’d like!
Lowercase cursive “u” worksheet
In this worksheet, we focus on lowercase ‘u’. We give an example and then lots of space to practice writing it. But feel free to use the lines for whatever you want – you can write cursive words, connect your lowercase ‘u’s, etc.
Print and download cursive A worksheets
Do you want to download the worksheets as PDFs to easily print them? Simply click the following links to download them to your computer.
Do you need some fun ways to learn or practice cursive? Check out this post on creative ways to write in cursive. Here is another article that gives reasons for learning cursive as well as tips and resources.
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