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For your cursive handwriting practice, we have prepared worksheets with informative paragraphs on 4-lined paper, 2-lined paper, 1-lined paper as well as on white paper. These paragraphs are in simple English, taken from Wikipedia. These worksheets contain informative paragraphs that will help you to improve your mind-eye-hand coordination.

Below are 25+ Worksheets with paragraphs on 4-lined, 2-lined, 1-lined as well as on plain paper. You can also see the content inside before downloading. Click on the links below to download PDFs.

Paragraphs on four lines

Tree
A tree is a tall plant with a trunk and branches made of wood. Trees can live for many years. The four main parts of a tree are the roots, the trunk, the branches, and the leaves. Trees take in water and Carbondioxide and give out Oxygen. The tree is often used to represent nature.

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Violin
The violin is a string instrument which has four strings and is played with a bow. The strings are tuned to the notes G, D, A and E. Different notes are made by pressing the strings with left hand and bowing with the right. A person who plays the violin is called a violinist.

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Torch
A torch is usually made of a wooden stave with one end soaked in combustible material. It is ignited and used as a light source. Torches have been used throughout history. They are still used in processions, religious events and in juggling entertainment.

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Lotus
A lotus is often called a water lily. These flowers grow in water gardens. Lotus is usually white or pink in colour. Its leaves float on surface of the water. Lotus is regarded as the national flower of India. In India, the lotus is considered as a symbol of purity.

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Banana
A banana is an edible fruit produced by several large flowering plants. The fruit is elongated and curved with soft flesh rich in starch. Bananas are covered with a rind which may be in yellow, red and brown when ripe. Raw bananas are rich in carbohydrates.

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Chocolate
Chocolate is made from cacao beans. It is used in many desserts like cakes, ice creams, candies, puddings and others. It can be in a solid form like a candy bar or it can be in a liquid form like hot chocolate. Chocolate has sugar and sometimes milk added.

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Polar Bear
The polar bear is a large bear which lives in the Arctic. It is also called white bear or northern bear. It has black skin under the white fur. They have thick blubber, or fat, that protects them from the cold. Polar bears are strong and fast, and can run as fast as 40 km an hour.

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Elephants
Elephants are large grey animals with big ears, long noses and white tusks. They are the largest living land animals. In the wild, elephants have strong family relationship. They talk to each other with very low sounds. Most elephant sounds are so low that people cannot hear them.

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Thermometer
A thermometer is an instrument that measures and shows temperature. One type of thermometer is a narrow, concealed glass tube containing mercury which extends along the tube as it expands. Another type is a digital thermometer, which uses electronics to measure temperature.

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Magnet
A magnet is a very special metal that produces invisible magnetic field. It has force that pulls on other magnetic materials, such as iron. Magnets always have north and south poles, even if they are cut in half. The most powerful magnet in the universe is actually a star called a Magnetar.

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Paragraphs on two lines

Planet
Planet is a large object that orbits a star. They are generally divided into two main types: large low-density giant planets, and smaller rocky terrestrials. There are eight planets in the Solar System and six of the planets are orbited by one or more natural satellites.

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Earth
Earth is the third planet from the Sun. It takes around 24 hours for the Earth to spin around itself once. Earth also moves around the Sun once for every 365.25 days. It is the only planet in our solar system known to have life on it. It also has a large amount of liquid water on its surface.

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Moon
The Moon is Earth’s natural satellite. It orbits the Earth once every 29.5 days. The Moon is about a ğuarter the size of the Earth. The Moon is a rocky and dusty place. It shines because its surface reflects light from the Sun. Only one side of moon is seen from the Earth.

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Solar Energy
Solar energy is the transformation of heat energy that comes from the Sun. It has been used by people all over the world for thousands of years in many different ways. The oldest uses of solar energy is for heating, cooking and drying. Today, it is also used to make electricity.

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Email
Electronic mail, popularly known as email, is a method of exchanging messages between people using electronic devices. Email has been widely accepted by businesses, governments and other organizations in the developed world. Emails may have one or more files attached to them.

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Sandalwood
Sandalwood is a yellow, fine-grained and heavy aromatic wood. They retain their fragrance for decades. Sandalwood is the second-most expensive wood in the world, after African Blackwood. Sandalwood is the most commonly used incense material in worship and various ceremonies.

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Statue
A statue is a model of a person made with bronze, clay, wood or wax. Statues are often at the same size as the real person. Usually there is some writing on a statue to say who the person is. This writing is called an epigraph. The statue may be standing on a base called as a plinth.

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Paragraphs on one line

Raja Ravi Varma
Raja Ravi Varma is a famous Indian painter and artist. He is considered among the greatest painters in the history of Indian art. He is sometimes regarded as the first modern artist in India due to his ability to combine Western style with Indian imagery in his art.

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Malgudi Days
Malgudi Days is a collection of short stories by R. K. Narayan. The book includes 32 stories, all set in a fictional town of Malgudi, located in South India. Each of the stories portrays a facet of life in Malgudi. Some of these stories were included in a television series on Doordarshan.

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Chaganti Somayajulu
Chaganti Somayajulu was popularly known as Chaso to the readers. He was one of the all-time great short-story writers of the 20th century Telugu literature. Chaso was committed to the cause of social reform through literature. His stories reveal his firm faith in human values.

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Tom and Jerry
Tom and Jerry is an animated cartoon series. It is named after its two main iconic characters: a blue-grey cat named Tom and a brown mouse named Jerry. They get into comedic fights, in which they often get hurt in cartoon-style. The original cartoons were created in 1940.

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Monsoon
A monsoon is a seasonal wind which lasts for several months. The word was first used in English for the seasonal rains in the Indian subcontinent. These rains blow in from the Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea in the southwest bringing heavy rainfall to the area.

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Himalayas
The Himalayas is a mountain range in South Asia. They run through Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh states in India. In Sanskrit language, the word “Himalaya” means House of Snow.

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Mountain
A mountain is a large natural rise of the Earth’s surface that usually has a summit. A summit is the highest area an individual can reach. A mountain climber may not reach the peak of the mountain but can reach the summit. The summit of Mount Everest is about 8,800 metres high.

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Whitewater
A whitewater river is any river where its turbulence and flow create whitewater gradient. Brahmaputra river is one of such rivers with very steep gradient. This river begins in Tibet and winds its way towards Arunachal Pradesh. Most rivers in north India descend from Himalayas.

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Paragraphs on white paper

Fortification
A fortification is a military construction or a building designed for the defence of territories in warfare. The term is derived from the Latin word “fortis, which means strong. “Fort” is the word used in India for all old fortifications. Red Fort in Delhi is the most notable one.

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Union Territory of India
A Union Territory is an administrative division of India. Unlike the states of India, which have their own governments, union territories are ruled directly by the federal government. The President of India appoints a Lieutenant-Governor or an Administrator for each territory.

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Bharat Ratna
The Bharat Ratna is the highest civilian award of the Republic of India. They are given to people who have given the highest level of service in artistic, literary or scientific achievements. Recipients receive a Sanad ( certificate) signed by the President and a peepal leaf shaped medallion.

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Constitution of India
The Constitution of India is a special type of law document that tells how its government is supposed to work. The Indian Constitution is the longest ever written constitution in the world. The Indian Constitution was approved on 26th November, 1949 and came into effect on 26th January, 1950.

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