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Connecting letters “al” in cursive

al in cursive

Always. Allow. The name Alan. All of these words require you to write al in cursive.

There are more examples we could mention that both begin with and/or contain the letters “a” and “l” together. If you’re learning to write in cursive, you’ll have to work on this, amongst other common pairs of letters.

These pairings, or connecting letters in cursive, are called “letter joins.”

Obviously, you’ll have to write both letters in the pair, connecting them together. We have tutorials for both the letter a and the letter l. If you haven’t yet, practice each individually before trying to connect them.

Then, try connecting both letters to one another. Below you’ll find a short video showing how to write an uppercase, or big A with a lowercase l, as well as both a and l in lowercase form.

Video for al in cursive

You can also get a free worksheet (you’ll find it below)! Give it a print and practice writing this letter join until you’re satisfied with the result.

Oh, if you’re interested in all of our worksheets in a single downloadable file, you can find that in our shop, right here.

al in cursive worksheet

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