Teach kids to write with Primary Dots font
With the coronavirus pandemic in full effect, many parents are now having to teach their kids at home as many states have closed school for several weeks and some for the remainder of the year.
I came across this super cute free personal use font that parents can use for their young kids to help them with their writing. Primary Dots is a font that has dotted letters for kids to trace over to practice their writing. It comes with two versions: lined and unlined. I love the idea that parents can create their own sentences for their kids to practice writing out! What a great way to personalize your homeschool lesson plans.
Project idea: With everyone social distancing, maybe your kids can write a letter to a friend or family member with the help of this font. Parents can type the letter then kids can use the print out for practice before writing the final draft. Bonus: Now is a good time to also teach them how to address an envelope.
I sent a screenshot of this to a friend who is a Kindergarten teacher and she told me she uses this font all the time! Perfect! It is teacher approved.
The free version can be used for personal use only. You cannot sell anything you make with this font. If you wish to make teaching materials with this, or any other item you wish to sell using this font, you must purchase a commercial use license.
Directions on how to use the font can be found when downloading the free version.