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Practice - Writing - 03

Hello young learners! Are you ready to waltz with words and pirouette with pens? Our handwriting and letter formation quiz is all set to check your English skills. So, get ready and let's see how well you can shape your alphabet. Remember, the key to great handwriting is to practise, let's check how well you've been doing. Good luck little scribes!
1.
Which of the following letters has part of it below the line?
a
y
k
s
The tail on a y goes beneath the line.
2.
Which letter doesn't need you to lift the pen from the paper?
i
t
o
j
'o' is a letter that is made in one stroke without lifting the pen.
3.
In printing (writing neat, block letters), how many strokes are used to make 'E'?
Four
Three
One
Two
'E' has four strokes. One vertical line, and three horizontal lines.
4.
Which direction do we start to make the letter 'c'?
Bottom to Top
Top to Bottom
Right to Left
Left to Right
We start drafting 'c' from the top to the bottom, which is also the anticlockwise direction.
5.
How many humps does an 'm' have?
Two
Three
Four
One
'm' has two humps.
6.
What is the first step in writing the letter 'g'?
Making the tail
Making the circle
Making the line
Making the curve
The first step in writing 'g' is making the circle on top and then progressing to make the other parts.
7.
In which direction do we write the letter 'z'?
Left to Right and Top to Bottom
Right to Left and Top to Bottom
Right to Left and Bottom to Top
Left to Right and Bottom to Top
'z' is written from left to right and from top to bottom.
8.
'b' and 'd' are mirror letters. True or False?
True
False
Neither true or false
Never
True, 'b' and 'd' are mirror images of each other in terms of their shapes.
9.
Which letter is written in an anticlockwise direction?
d
m
w
v
'd' is written in anticlockwise direction.
10.
Which one among the following has a 'Straight Pull Down' move?
s
v
z
p
'p' has a Straight Pull Down move.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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