Fran’s Freebies: World Cities Cursive


This printable set of landscape-oriented cursive worksheets on world cities includes:

  • London, England, U.K.
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Madrid, Spain
  • Nairobi, Kenya
  • Mexico City, Mexico
  • Sydney, Australia
  • Singapore City, Singapore
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Lima, Peru
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Vancouver, B.C., Canada
  • Havana, Cuba
  • Perth, Australia
  • Alexandria, Egypt
  • Beijing, China
  • Casablanca, Morocco
  • Paris, France

Each page has a warm-up section practicing upper and lower case cursive letters, a picture and map showing the location of the city, a section to practice writing the city name, and a section to transcribe a sentence or two of information about the city.  The font style is ABeka.


If you have used this Fran’s Freebies intermediate cursive packet on world cities — or would like to request it in a different font — please leave a little feedback below – thanks!



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2 Responses to Fran’s Freebies: World Cities Cursive

  1. Addie says:

    You spelt England wrong on the worksheet. On the printable, it spells Englan. But it is actually England.

    • Thank you, Addie, for pointing that out. 😉
      This is because the section with “Englan” is only for warm-up cursive practice — if you look at the other pages, they all leave out letters at the end of the longer words (such as Toront and Ontar on the next page) — because the entire word will not fit. In this case, including the -d would make it more difficult for children to fit the entire word on the short warm-up lines. They write the entire word “England” in the space where they are practicing writing the entire city and country name.

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