Fourteen organizations from across the state received grants for projects in line with the mission of the Red Ants Pants Foundation. Grant funding from the Red Ants Pants Foundation will help with the production of a video for elementary students about the production of beef in Montana.
Pen holder the black part of the pen above Pointed tip pen nib the shiny silver part of the pen above 1. Step 1 Print out four or five of the practice sheets on a nice cardstock or Bristol paper.
Step 2 Practice the basic upward stroke for one or two lines to warm up. This stroke is a bit new but very easy. You start just above the bottom line. Then you curve down and to the right to touch the bottom line. Next, you shoot up to the top line.
Step 3 Practice the basic curve stroke for one or two lines to warm up. As you can see, it looks almost identical to the cursive you learned in elementary school.
The blue arrows above show the directions of the pen strokes and the numbers below tell you how many strokes make up each letter. Most letters will be made with just one stroke as cursive is all about efficiency. Step 1 Print out a copy of the alphabet above so that you have it handy for reference.
Upward Stroke Lowercase Letters Step 1 The letters b, f, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, p, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, and z all begin with the upward stroke. Some have strokes that fill up the entire height of the line and others only reach to the dashed line. Then you can simply follow the pencil lines with your pen.
Place your pen tip on the bottom line. Make an upward stroke to the dashed line. Then make a downward stroke that dips to the bottom line and then swings back up again. Next, make another downward stroke and end with a little curl. It kind of felt like drawing waves on the sea, right?
You then arc to the left and make a downward stroke to the bottom line. Now arc up to the dash line and make a downward stroke back down to the bottom line, curling up at the end. Step 6 Slowly make your way through the rest of the curved stroke lowercase letters, using the guide of the strokes as reference.
You can always sketch out the letters using your pencil first to feel more comfortable. Place your pen tip just below the dashed line. Arc down and around to the right, returning to the starting point. Then make a little curl to the right. Not too hard, was it?We have another national crisis on our hands.
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