Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my
video. Today I’m going to talk about connecting the cursive letter l with other cursive letters.
So, let’s get started. Here is l. L is pretty easy because we can just loop, loop, loop.
Here is the letter l connected to several other l’s. Go up and down, up. It’s just
a series of loops and each one is connected. Here is l connected to other letters. l-a.
As with the other letters, after I finish the l, I have to go back to the top to begin
the a, and I come down and around and up and I come down and finish the a. Here is l-b.
I could go right into the b because I ended here with my l and I just continued up with
the b. l-c. I have to get to the beginning point of the c before I can begin forming
my c. So now I’m here, I can continue and make the c. l-d, l-e, l-f, l-g, l-h, l-i,
l-j, l-k. I have l-l up here, l-m, l-n, l-o, l-p, l-q, l-r, l-s, l-t, l-u, l-v, l-w, l-x,
l-y, l-z. Here are some words that begin with l. The word learn, l-e-a-r-n. Last, l-a-s-t.
Look, l-o-o-k. Letter, l-e-t-t-e-r. And I crossed my t’s in one line. That was kind
of lazy. I suppose I should have done each one separately, but I don’t. I cross them
together if they are together. So learn, last, look, letter. The capital l is usually not
connected to the next letter. However, some people might want to make that connection.
Because the l is continuing right here, some people do choose to go right into the next
letter. So as long as your l still looks like an l, you can go ahead and make that connection.
Other people might not make the connection there with the capital l. So that’s the
letter l. Thanks for watching. Please visit my website at coopos.com and take a look at
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