Let’s practice the italic letter j with these free printable letter italic worksheets. Each printable worksheet offers plenty of space to trace the letter formation and then space for italic writing exercises of upper and lower case letters to optimize muscle memory!
We also have a simple flashcard with an italic alphabet with the letter of the alphabet, J! Trace, color and cut out the letter cards for individual letters and make a cursive workbook for quick reference.
While curricula and school plans differ, italic handwriting skills are associated with older children and are usually taught in third grade when older students are 8 years old. International standards and common core standards do not envisage italic education as a necessary skill, but many states, schools, and curricula still see value in helping children easily write italicized words and continuing to use italic handwriting in their educational activities.
Free printable italic exercise sheets
We’re going to be releasing these italic letter az practice pages and flashcards, so watch out for the next letter! You can always refer to all of our handwriting practice worksheets <- by clicking here! The letter J is the tenth letter in this series.
Download and print out these italic handwriting worksheets for the letter J to help students learn important italic capitalization skills through a hands-on learning process.
Italic letter J Flash card
Our first page of free worksheets is an italic flashcard with the letter J. Follow the numbered instructions to create the correct letter shape.
Capital letter J
Here are the numbered steps to create an italic capital letter J:
- Start at the bottom of the line and draw a loop.
- Bring the loop back down and create another smaller diagonal loop.
You can also follow the sample letters to write a lowercase italic J in the correct order of steps:
- Draw a loop and extend it past the bottom line.
- Make a looped end and bring it up.
Italic letter J Tracing practice
Our second page of these cursive writing worksheets has 6 dotted lines for practicing handwriting.
The first 6 lines are used to track the letter:
- 2 lines for tracing the capital letter in italics
- 2 lines for tracing the lower case letter in italics
- 2 lines to try out cursive handwriting independently
Below is a fun letter matching game to find the letter j.
Download and print the Italic Exercise Worksheet from here
We love that by following these simple steps, tracing and practicing the letters, your kids will have beautiful handwriting!
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