A cursive capital H is easy to write, nearly identical to a handwritten capital H. The lowercase cursive h is also much like the handwritten form of the letter. Learning the cursive letter H maybe one of the easiest in the whole cursive alphabet.
The letter h in cursive usually connects to the letter e and letter i in words like:
After you become comfortable with writing the letter h in cursive, practice writing “he” together as well as “hi” and the other connectors. These “connectors” will help you understand how cursive works to form words.
Bonus Practice: Try writing entire words with the letter y. H doesn’t connect directly to y, but there are many words that include both digits.
As you see in the diagram (above), begin the capital H on the left of the top line. Bring your stroke to the bottom line, then take it back up to the center dotted line, making a line, then repeating the first step. Remember to leave a tail on the bottom right line when finishing the letter so that it can connect to form words.
Please watch our short tutorial video showing exactly how to write both upper and lowercase.
A lowercase cursive h is similar to a lowercase handwritten h. You want to begin your stroke just below the dotted, center line. Bringing your stroke up to the top line and slightly to the right. Once at the top line, make a loop coming back down. Once your stroke reaches the bottom line, we want to bring our stroke back to the center dotted line. At this point we want to make a lowercase “n” shape. Remember to leave a small tail off the right side of the letter for the connectors.
Next Tutorial: Cursive I
Cursive Letter H Worksheet
Free Worksheet to practice the letter h in both uppercase and lowercase. Click on the image to download the pdf.