Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my
video. Today I’m going to talk about connecting the cursive letter h with other cursive letters.
So, let’s get started. Here’s the letter h, so my connections will start right here,
and I’ll start by connecting several h’s together. So, h, here’s another one, so
I would just go right into it. I don’t have to get into any particular position because
I’m already at the starting point of the h. When I finish this one, I’m already at
the bottom. I can just move right into the next one. So notice the h starts down here
at the bottom. So I go right to the next one. Up and back down, okay, h. Here is the h connected to other letters.
h-a, h-b, h-c. Of course, with the h as with the others, I have to get into the correct
position to begin the next letter. So the c started here. I had to move from my h all
the way to the beginning of the c. Then I went around like that. With the a, I had to get
to the beginning of the a, move around, and continue. Here’s h-d, h-e, h-f, h-g, h-i,
h-j. Here’s h-k, h-l, h-m, h-n, h-o, h-p, h-q, h-r, h-s, h-t, h-u, h-v, h-w, h-x, h-y,
h-z. And now I’ll write a few words beginning with h. So we have the word high, h-i-g-h,
the word how, h-o-w, the word help, h-e-l-p, and the word heart, h-e-a-r-t. The capital
h usually is connected to the next letter. We can connect it right here when we’re
finishing off the h here. Let me do that again. The h comes around and comes right out here
which is a good position to connect the next letter. Okay, so the capital h can easily
be connected. So that’s it. Thanks for watching. Please
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