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How to learn a different handwriting

Whether your handwriting is messy, you need to join it up, or are just having a change of style.

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Gather your supplies.

Gather your supplies.

(Reccomended) use lined paper.

(Reccomended) use lined paper.

Consider whether you really want to change your handwriting. Maybe you have a handwriting which is easy to read, or one that you can write really speedily with (good for exams, schoolwork).

Consider whether you really want to change your handwriting. Maybe you have a handwriting which is easy to read, or one that you can write really speedily with (good for exams, schoolwork).

Decide on a new font and write out the alphabet in both capital letters and lowercase letters: as shown in the picture. Do this a couple of times until you can write without thinking about it (much).

Decide on a new font and write out the alphabet in both capital letters and lowercase letters: as shown in the picture. Do this a couple of times until you can write without thinking about it (much).

Compare your old handwriting and your new handwriting. Focus on the letters that look different. E.G: in the picture, the letter 'i' looks the same as the old one, so that letter doesn't need work on.

Compare your old handwriting and your new handwriting. Focus on the letters that look different. E.G: in the picture, the letter 'i' looks the same as the old one, so that letter doesn't need work on.

Practice writing a couple of sentences with your new handwriting.

Practice writing a couple of sentences with your new handwriting.

Practice using your new handwriting in be everyday life, E.G: essays, notes, letters.

Practice using your new handwriting in be everyday life, E.G: essays, notes, letters.

In no time, you'll be writing with your new handwriting without even thinking about it!

  • 1.0 Pen/pencil/marker
  • As many pieces of paper as you feel is needed