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How to Write Cursive F [Worksheet + Tutorial]

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Writing F in Cursive

A cursive F is also similar to its capital handwritten form like many of the other letters. The lowercase f in cursive is the more difficult one of the two.

The uppercase letter F is like many other letters in the cursive alphabet and does not connect to its lowercase letters when forming a word. However, lowercase f does connect when forming words.

Writing Cursive Capital F

Begin slightly below the top line of your writing paper. Then, draw a thin, slightly curved line upwards and touch the top line — the start of your cursive capital F.

Once you touch the top line, curve the stroke to the right and then bring it down in a sweeping motion. This descending line should pass through the middle line and continue until it reaches slightly below the bottom line.

Around the middle line, add a small, horizontal stroke that extends from the middle of the descending line. This stroke should be curved slightly upwards.

Now you can write a capital F in cursive!

Optional: You can add a small tail at the bottom of the F, curving to the right, to facilitate the connection to the next letter in a word.

Writing a Lowercase f in Cursive

Begin the lowercase f below the center, dotted line. Bring your stroke up to the top line and loop back around the left side and down below the bottom line. Once below the bottom line, bring your stroke back up the right side and make a small tail off of the letter, towards the right to connect with the other letters.

Lowercase f may take some practice but please refer to our video on how to exactly and proper write the letter.

Cursive Letter F Worksheet

Free Cursive Writing Worksheet to practice the letter f in both upper case and lowercase. Click on the image to download the pdf.

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