Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my
video. Today I’m going to be talking about connecting the cursive letter k with other
cursive letters. So, let’s get started. Here is k. That’s the lowercase k and I
will connect it with several other k’s. So I go up to my next one, up to my next one.
Okay? The letter k. Now here’s k connected to other letters. k-a. As with my other letters,
I had to go to the top of the a to begin the a, then go around, back down and around. That’s
k-a. Here’s k-b, k-c, k-d, k-e, k-f, k-g, k-h, k-i, k-j. K-k is up there. k-l, k-m,
k-n, k-o, k-p, k-q, k-r, k-s, k-t, k-u, k-v, k-w, k-x, k-y, k-z. Here are some words that
begin with k. We have keep, k-e-e-p. We have kid, k-i-d. We have
know, k-n-o-w, and we have koala, k-o-a-l-a.
The capital k can be connected to the next letter. It’s not always connected, but it
can be like this in the word key, keep. However, with some words you might not want to connect
it. You might want to just stay there depending on what your next letter is, so that’s up
to you. So that’s the letter k. Thanks for watching. Please visit my website, coopos.com,
and look at my other videos. Thanks. Bye.