ZB Style - The Letter Qq
Practice Writing the Letter Qq
Two Identical Lessons on Some Worksheets: On some of the worksheets, there are two identical lessons on each printable worksheet. Why are there two identical lessons on each sheet? It seems like a odd idea now and I am having trouble remembering why I decided to make them this way, but I suppose the second lesson could be saved and used a week or two later or given to a second student.
Dotted, Hollow, Boxes, and Practice: The letters are either dotted or the letters are hollow. One of the worksheets with dotted letters also have individual letter boxes with a starting dot. Each letter style, dotted or hollow, will have a practice worksheet. The dotted letter worksheets have both tracing and practice worksheets. The hollow letter worksheets have starting dot.
The Letter Height of the Printed Worksheet"A" is pictured, but represents any worksheet in this set
Below is a photograph of my two copies along with an ancient yellow ruler that somehow escaped being broken over the decades. As you can see, the height is just over 1/2 of an inch or 14 mm. The letter size might vary a little from person to person.
The animations are un-intimidating and hand-drawn. Lowercase letter q can be drawn with or without a pencil lift. The animation that I made for this set is a one-stroke q (no pencil lift). Uppercase Q is taught using one pencil lift to "cross" the bottom of the circle.
Need Pencil Lift for Lowercase "q" - see this page: lowercase q - big
Instructions, click on the link to open the file and print. The files are PDF.
Lowercase Manuscript Q
Capital Manuscript Q
Hollow-Practice - words
Hollow-Practice - words 2
For smaller rule see the bottom of the ZB Animations Home Page: Donna Young's Manuscript Handwriting Animations
February 5, 2011