Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my
video. Today I’m going to talk about connecting the cursive letter e to other cursive letters.
So, let’s get started. This is the letter e so we will start all
of our connections down here. First, I will write several e’s together. It’s easy
because they all start at the bottom. It’s just a lot of loops. That was pretty easy. Let’s connect e to other letters. Here’s
e-a. Now because the e ended at the bottom, right here, I had to go to the top to begin
my a. So I went up to the top. Then I started my a and went around and back down. Here’s
e-b, e-c. And here, too, I had to go to the top for the beginning part of my c before
I could make that c. e-d. E-e I already have. e-f, e-g. So for any of these letters that
start at the top like the g, I have to go up to the top before I begin making that letter.
So before I can begin making the g, I have to get into the right position, so I go up.
Then I go around. Here’s e-h, e-i, e-j, e-k, e-l, e-m, e-n, e-o, e-p, e-q, e-r, e-s,
e-t, e-u, e-v, e-w, e-x, e-y, e-z. Okay? Let me write some words beginning with e.
So I have e-x here, maybe I’ll start with exact, e-x-a-c-t. And I’ll write egg, e-g-g.
How about eye? e-y-e. And one more. I’ll write every, e-v-e-r-y, every. Capital E can
be easily connected to the next letter. It finishes right here which is a nice position
to go into another letter. Okay? So e can connect to the next letter. So those are examples of the letter e. Thanks
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