Welcome to Technology Tuesday! Today I’m going to show you how you can use digital fonts on your computer to save time and money.
Using Digital Fonts in Preschool and Kindergarten
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In the picture above you can see an example of a name card I created for students to practice writing their name; I created this card using software called Fonts4Teachers. Fonts4Teachers comes with 31 custom fonts you can use to create name cards, labels, notes, parent newsletters, and more. You can also use other fonts such as DJ Inkers or search for free fonts on the internet.
Using digital fonts can save teachers time and money because you can create a class set of name cards in your font of choice to be used over and over again. You can also save class sets of name cards in different formats and sizes such as name labels, larger name cards for use on the word wall, and smaller name cards for the name chart etc. When you need a new set of cards just open the file and print instead of spending your valuable time writing out new ones by hand. If you have your heart set on cute name cards from the teacher store you can dress up your digital name cards by attaching stickers before laminating. For example, if your theme is frogs put frog stickers around your name cards and laminate. You can also insert a digital photo of each child next to their name on the card.