Learn how to write cursive numbers and letters with our free handwriting practice sheets for adults and kids.
Do you think about cursive numbers when learning how to write in cursive? Many don’t even realize there is a difference between cursive and print numbers!
But it’s true. There is a fancy and formal way to write numbers.
Our printable numbers 1-10 worksheets will help kids and adults learn how to write beautiful numbers.
This will really come in handy when you make cards with these How to Write Happy Birthday in Cursive 3 Free Printables – you can’t forget to put the date or age on the card! Continue learning with our printable numbers 1-20 worksheets, too.
Make your numbers in cursive lesson complete with our Free Printable Cursive Capital Letters Set. Your family will be masters at fancy cursive numbers and letters before you know it!
Free Cursive Handwriting Practice Sheets for Adults and Kids
While some cursive letters look really different from print letters, cursive numbers font is pretty similar to the numbers you’re used to seeing – they just have a little extra fanciness.
On our printable numbers 1-20 printable worksheet, you might notice that the numbers are thicker in some spots and thinner in others. This is an element of calligraphy that you can achieve with a slanted pen or marker! You don’t necessarily need to use a messy calligraphy ink pen.
We recommend using our individual number practice sheets to trace fancy cursive numbers over and over again with a regular pen or pencil. Once you feel confident with your cursive writing numbers skills, you can practice mimicking the cursive numbers font with a slanted marker.
Don’t worry if your thick and thin lines aren’t identical to the ones you see on the printable! If it looks good to you, then it’s perfect.
How to Write Cursive Numbers and More
Certain cursive letters are really difficult to learn because they don’t look very much like the letters we’re used to reading and writing.
Trace the letter real big on the single sheet of paper until it starts to feel natural. Then, practice smaller and smaller letters in the white space on the same page, using the big letter as a reference. Go smaller and smaller until you’ve reached your normal writing font.
Revisit these cursive letter printables every few days, so you don’t forget! You’ll eventually develop muscle memory, so you don’t need to practice so often.
Here are a few more free handwriting practice sheets for adults and kids:
- How to Write Love in Cursive Font (3 Free Printables) – This worksheet will come in handy when learning how to sign your name in cursive at the bottom of cards and letters.
- Free Printable Royal Fancy Cursive Alphabet Letters – Check out this extra-fancy way to write in cursive! We have Free Printable Royal Fancy Cursive Letters Practice Sheets for you, too.
- Printable Cursive Bubble Letters Alphabet – Cursive bubble letters are pretty advanced, but you can do it! How cool will these look on the top of your daily to-do list or on labels around the house?