October 12, 2019 1

How to Connect Cursive J – American Handwriting

How to Connect Cursive J – American Handwriting


Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my
video. Today I’m going to talk about connecting the cursive letter j with other cursive letters.
So, let’s get started. Here’s the letter j. It goes up, goes down, and makes a loop,
and then there’s a dot on the top. So I will make several j’s together. Up, down,
and loop. There’s my next one, loop, loop, loop, loop. Notice that I have not put the
dots on the j’s yet. I do that after the end, after I’ve connected all my letters,
after I’ve written an entire word. Then I go back and I put whatever dots are necessary. Here’s the j connected to other letters.
j-a. Now as with the others, I finished my j about here but I went up so that I could
start my connection or start the beginning of my a. And I came down and around to make
the a and back down. That’s j-a. Here’s j-b, j-c, j-d, j-e, j-f, j-g, j-h, j-i. J-j
is up here. j-k, j-l, j-m, j-n, j-o, j-p, j-q, j-r, j-s, j-t. Notice here again. I stop.
I go back to cross my t and dot my i. j-u, j-v, j-w, j-x, j-y, j-z.
And here are some words that begin with j. We have jet, j-e-t, jump, j-u-m-p, join, j-o-i-n,
and judge, j-u-d-g-e. The capital j can easily be connected to the next letter. Okay, the
capital j comes up here when it’s finished, so that’s a nice fluid movement to get into
the next letter. Okay, so it’s easy to connect the capital j to the next letter. So that’s
the letter j. Thanks for watching. Please visit my website at coopos.com and watch my
other videos. Thanks. Bye.

One Reply to “How to Connect Cursive J – American Handwriting”

  • Taylor says:

    Thank you!! Might also be helpful to show how the letter(s) connect to Preceding letters… Like.. idk, Hijab: how to connect the "i" to the following "j…"

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