• Re: dotted-line font for tracing

    From Nicole Ray@21:1/5 to Ashley Baker-Koch on Sun Aug 14 10:52:21 2022
    On Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 5:08:41 PM UTC-8, Ashley Baker-Koch wrote:
    Yes! I need this as well!

    And while Raleway is better than nothing, the lower case a and w are wrong for teaching handwriting. I wish Google would get on this with so many of us creating digital content for distance learning right now!

    Here's a link to a free site where you can create custom worksheets. For example if you wanted to print custom practice pages for names you can use it. Notice that you can adjust how you want each line to show. You can have numbers on how to make each
    letter, you can do dots. Each line is individually selected. Once created, you can download a PDF. https://www.handwritingpractice.net/worksheets/print/create.php

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  • From Tammy Chaney@21:1/5 to Lewis on Wed Aug 31 21:24:36 2022
    On Monday, February 5, 2018 at 4:42:06 PM UTC-8, Lewis wrote:
    In message <e9d33dd8-341b-494b...@googlegroups.com> frontde...@gmail.com <frontde...@gmail.com> wrote:
    On Monday, August 7, 2000 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-5, antares wrote:
    In GOOGLE DOCS there's a Font! It's called Raleway Dots! :)
    Lifesaver!! Just click on Fonts-at the bottom- Add Fonts- then search Raleway Dots. =) Enjoy!
    Good job replying to a 17+ year old post!

    "There's nothin' wrong with bein' a son of a bitch." -- Gaspode the
    Wonder Dog

    Lousy job. It's been over 20 years and Google still hasn't given teachers a proper font for young writers with dots, arrows, guide lines, etc, like the Font 4 Teachers program did years ago.

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