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December in Cursive [Worksheet and Printables]

December in cursive

How to Write December in Cursive

Concluding our yearly journey, “December” in cursive is a celebration of all the techniques we’ve learned. With its festive vibes and flowing letters, let’s wrap up the year by mastering this month’s graceful curves and connections.

“December” in cursive is characterized by its smooth curves and graceful connections. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to write “December” in cursive:

  1. D: Begin with the uppercase “D”. Start at the baseline, curve upward above the midline, and then create a wide arc that extends back down to the baseline. As you reach the baseline, curve slightly upward to connect to the next letter.
  2. e: Connect from the “D” with a slight upward curve. Then descend gracefully to the baseline. Create a loop that arcs back up near the midline and then descends in a semi-circle motion.
  3. c: Connect to the “e” by curving slightly upward, then descending to the baseline. Once you reach the baseline, curve back up to the midline, forming the body of the “c”.
  4. e: Begin by moving slightly upward from the baseline, then curve down to the baseline. Make a loop that arcs back up near the midline and then descends in a semi-circle motion.
  5. m: Connect from the “e”. Start by moving slightly upward, then curve above the midline and descend to the baseline. From there, make a loop that arcs back up to the midline and comes down, followed by another similar loop. This results in the two humps of the “m”.
  6. b: Connect to the “m” by curving upward slightly, then descending below the baseline to shape the body of the “b”. Swing back up and create a loop that extends to the midline and curves back down, touching the baseline.
  7. e: Begin by moving slightly upward from the baseline, then curve down. Make a loop that swings back up near the midline and then descends in a semi-circle motion.
  8. r: Connect from the “e”. Start by curving slightly upward from the baseline, then create a downward curve that touches the baseline. Curve gently back up, but not as high as the midline, completing the word “December”.

When aiming to write “December” in cursive flawlessly, practice is essential. It’s beneficial to first work on each letter individually to familiarize yourself with their unique curves. Once you’re confident with each letter, you can practice combining them to form the complete word. For those who find it useful, referencing images or videos of “December” written in cursive can be an added advantage.

Practice Worksheet

December in cursive

December Printables

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