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Lower case letters exercises

Most handwriting is lowercase letters rather than capitals, so practicing small letters is especially important. These create the foundation for most of your writing. After practicing lower case letters exercises, the application of them to each letter is very easy.

Oval is the base letterform for the letters: a, o, c, d, e, g, o, q, x.
Exеrcize is performed by writing one oval at the time. Control spacing between ovals, shape, height and slant.
Upper loop is the letterform for the letters: b, d, f, h, k, l
The exercise is performed with a continuous motion starting from the bottom — without lifting your pen off the paper. Control spacing between loops, shape, height and slant angle and stay within the lines.
Lower loop is the letterform for the letters: g, j, p, y
The exercise is performed with a continuous motion starting from the top — without lifting your pen off the paper. Control spacing between loops, shape, height and slant angle, also stay within the lines.
‘mn’ The exercise is performed with a continuous motion starting from the top — without lifting your pen off the paper. Control spacing, shape, height and slant angle, also stay within the lines.
‘u’ is the letter form for the letters u, y
The exercise is performed with a continuous motion starting from the top — without lifting your pen off the paper. Control spacing, shape, height and slant angle, also stay within the lines.
‘e’ letter
The exercise is performed with a continuous motion starting from the middle — without lifting your pen of off the paper. Control spacing, shape, height and slant angle, also stay within the lines.
Connection is the exercise that will help effortlessly connect letters with one another
The exercise is performed with a continuous motion starting from the middle — without lifting your pen off the paper. Control spacing, shape, height and slant angle, also stay within the lines.
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