Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my
video. Today I’m going to talk about connecting the cursive d with other cursive letters.
So, let’s get started. Here’s the letter d. It goes up and ends down here at the bottom. So this is our starting point. I will start by connecting several
d’s together. d-d. Notice each time I had to get back to my starting point before I
begin the next d. Here’s my starting point. The d starts here. So I always have to get to
the starting point for the next letter. Here is d-a and a starts up here also, so I had
to move up to that point, then go around to make my a. Here’s d-b, d-c.
D, I have up there. d-e, d-f, d-g, d-h, d-i, d-j,
d-k, d-l, d-m, d-n, d-o, d-p, d-q, d-r, d-s, d-t, d-u, d-v, d-w, d-x, d-y, d-z. Okay. Now I’ll write a few d words. So, let’s
see, how about dog? d-o-g. How about day? d-a-y. How about desk? d-e-s-k. How about
dust? d-u-s-t. Okay? A few d words. The capital d is usually not connected to
the next letter. The capital d goes like this and it stops up here at the top, so it would
be difficult to connect it to another letter down here. I suppose if you wanted to, you
could continue this down, but we usually don’t. So the capital d is not connected to the next
letter. So, thanks for watching. Please visit my website
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