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Cursive ABC Flashcards and Posters – Free Printables

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Many of you requested a cursive version of the beginning sounds alphabet flash cards and alphabet wall posters to use with your children. These are some of my favorite printables because of the colors and pictures, so of course I wanted to help you all out!

Each card and poster features an image whose initial sound begins with that letter. There are two sets of cards, one featuring cartoon images and another with real pictures, so you can choose which ones you prefer.

Cursive ABC Flashcards

The cursive alphabet flashcards are a fun size for children. We have a set printed off onto cardstock and laminated. They are on a jump ring so we can hang them easily near a desk for quick reference. Each of the flash cards is 2” x 3” in size or about the size of a deck of cards.

Cursive ABC Flashcards


Cursive Alphabet Posters

If you are a classroom teacher, or have more space on your walls, you may want to download the Cursive ABC Posters. The wall posters show how the upper and lowercase letters are formed, giving children a great visual on letter formation.

Cursive ABC Wall Cards

These posters are 8 1/2” x 11” in size and one set features real images {they match the Beginning Sounds Poster and several of the other Preschool Alphabet printables} while the second set has clip art images ~ both are cute!

—–>  Download the Cursive ABC Posters <—–

Additional Printables You May Enjoy…


Alphabet Flashcards Alphabet Wall Posters


Prefer a standard handwriting font? You can grab a copy of the ABC Flashcards and ABC Posters here.

A few other related printables that may help you out as well…

You can find more Early Learning Printables {all for FREE} on my website. Have fun looking!!


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  • a

    What style of handwriting is this? My kiddo is doing Zaner Bloser this year.

  • Caroline

    Thank you!

  • Sasha

    I love the real photo images you used! I’ve been looking for some without a background. Where did you find them? Thanks for the tip!

  • A variety of sources, but Fotolia and iStockphoto was where I purchased most of them. :)

  • Naomi

    any chance you’d do a set with different cursive fonts, like with the newer version of Q?

  • If you have a suggestion for the font {i.e. the font name} I could probably work on that for you. I used a standard teacher’s font cd and one that was similar to the font we’re using, but would be happy to work on it for you if you know of a free font.

  • Naomi

    wow, thanks. I’ll let you know if I find a good one. I’m just starting cursive for my almost 6 yr old in 1st grade homeschool, with the goal of helping her write more easily and enjoy it more.

  • Ana

    Thanks a lot for these…they are amazing. My kids here in Brazil will love it!

  • Yay!! So fun to hear where they are being used!

  • Erin Smith

    Thank you so much for these! I have been looking for cute cursive flashcards and posters for my Montessori primary girls when we switch to homeschool next year since that’s what they are used to at school. This is perfect! :)

  • Have fun – and welcome to homeschooling! :)

  • Trista

    These are so nice. Thank you for offering them for free. I have looked for some for a while so I don’t have to draw them up by hand :) Just had one suggestion…Maybe consider making “Q” with a quilt, or something like that. It would make them more easily used by those who don’t school in the US, but still speak and teach English. We are in Colombia, SA but our house language is still English and so I teach my children English, but they really don’t have the concept of what a quarter is. Just a thought, I though I would pass on. Thanks again!

  • Will do!! I’ll see what I can find :)

  • Almie Subo

    thank you so much! Such a big help for me and for my pupils here in the Philippines! More power!

  • So glad to hear that! Enjoy!

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