You'll use just 4 different starting points to make letters more rounded.
The hands on the clock will start your letters in the perfect spot.
The shape of the clock will magically guide your hand.
The second most common starting point is 10:00. There are 6 letters with round parts that start here. The letters b, h, m, n, p and r have round parts that start at 10:00.
There are just 3 letters with round parts that start here at 4:00.
The bottom curves of the letters g, and j, and y start at 4:00.
The easiest way to learn ...
I want to make this easy for you. So I've created a practice sheet (PDF), you can print to make your practice simple and fun. I don't want you to have to draw circles, try to remember which letters start where, or which letters to practice first. So I've outlined it all for you simple-step-by-simple-step.
How to Write Neatly
Start with the easiest shape and keep building from there …
- Take your pen in hand and place it on the small dot.
- Keeping to the edge of the circle, write the letter 'o' using the circle as your guide
Form a habit of starting your letters in a more useful place, and forming them in a more consistent way.
Your letters don’t have to be perfect, and you don’t have to keep thinking about the hours on the clock. Once the habit starts to stick, you’ll find you automatically make consistently rounded letters without the need to start them in a particular spot.
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