Fran’s Freebies: Beginning Cursive 2 ABeka font

This set of 36 printable cursive handwriting worksheets introduces and practices all upper case letters of the alphabet. One or two new cursive letters are introduced at a time, first with arrows showing direction of writing, then with outlines to trace, then with spaces to write your own. Pages of review are interspersed with pages introducing new letters. Letters are introduced in a general order of increasing difficulty starting with P, A, C, and O; progressing through the alphabet to culminate in some of the most difficult letters: I, J, S, and G. Each page has a fun full-color graphic, but the pages may be printed in black-and-white if preferred.

Lower case letters are also used in this set, and all letters are in the ABeka font – excellent for homeschool families!


If you have downloaded and used this or related sets – or if you would like to request it in a different font – please leave feedback below – Thanks!



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2 Responses to Fran’s Freebies: Beginning Cursive 2 ABeka font

  1. Jen Dobridge says:

    We were half way through the *sentence* worksheets when the website changed. My son using the print and my daughter the cursive. We miss them and I can’t find them. Are you planning to release those too?

    Thank you for the freebies!
    Jen Dobridge

    • I am sorry to have cut you off, then, Jen!
      Please tell me which “sentence” worksheets you mean, and I will do my best to release them as Fran’s Freebies ASAP.

      Just tell me how many lines per page, whether they were vertical or horizontal (landscape) – and give me an example of what a page or two says, in each set.
      Also, were these worksheets you were using part of the FREE materials on the old site, or part of the members-only sets?

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