Cursive ‘W’ worksheets to practice capital, upper and lowercase letter Ws
As its name implies, a W can be seen as two of the letter ‘U’. Forming the cursive is just that easy. Simply start a ‘U’ (learn how here) and add a second one to form the W. If you want different and fun ways to write ‘W’, check out this post; it gives bubble, block, graffiti, and fancy styles.
We also have posts for the rest of the alphabet too. Check out our post on how to write a cursive ‘A‘. If you need more letters, simply go to our home page and use the search bar.
How to write a cursive ‘W’
This first worksheet shows you how to write a cursive ‘W’. The arrows demonstrate the easiest stroke pattern to form the letter.
Free cursive “W” practice sheet (upper and lowercase)
In this worksheet, we give lots of space for you to trace both uppercase and lowercase Ws. Tracing these will give you practice in forming the letter. Being able to trace them will give your hands a chance to get used to writing them.
Capital “W” worksheet (uppercase) for kids
In this worksheet, we practice writing the uppercase ‘W’. On the first line, there is an example. To practice your cursive, just copy the letter on the rest of the lines. You can also use the lines to practice writing entire cursive words.
Lowercase cursive “w” worksheet
This final sheet does the same as the one above. It gives an example of the lowercase ‘w’, and then has lines to practice writing it on.
Print and download cursive W worksheets
If you want to download the above worksheets as PDFs, we make that easy for you! Just click the following links to save to your computer and easily print.
Do you need tips and tricks on how to teach cursive? Check out this article with advice on teaching this classic skill. As may people are homeschooling their kids during COVID-19, here is a homeschool-specific article on steps to teaching cursive as well.
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