The letter “q” is a special letter because it always comes with a little tail at the bottom. To trace the letter “q,” you will start at the top and make a curved line going down to the right. Then, you will make another curved line going up to the right, and then you will add a tail by making a small curve going to the left at the bottom.
When you trace the letter “q,” you want to make sure that you follow the dotted lines very carefully. Take your time and try to stay inside the lines as much as possible. This will help you develop good handwriting skills.
Remember, it’s important to practice writing letters every day, and this worksheet is a great way to do that. By the time you finish tracing all the “q’s” on this worksheet, you will be a pro at writing the letter “q” in lowercase.
So let’s get started! Grab a pencil and let’s start tracing those “q’s.”
Here you can practice correct handwriting. Children practice writing letter q in lower case, upper case and words that begin with that initial letter.
Student can learn followings through this activity:
- lower case letters are the same height.
- upper case letters touch the top of the line.
- use finger spaces between each new letter or new word.
This will be very helpful for the students just beginning to start handwriting.