You may think, keep it simple, why introduce children to more than one font at a time - won't that just confuse them? I personally found that my students loved this matching material and enjoyed the decorative styles.
Matching materials are very helpful in developing visual-discrimination skills and observations. Have children match from left to right, top to bottom to encourage later reading eye-scanning developments.
The various fonts are colorful and fun and can begin to expose children to the variety of ways in which a letter is represented from lowercase to uppercase and in 9 different styles.
Simply print out the boards, mount on card stock or construction paper and laminate for further wear and tear. Print out a second set from which to cut out the individual letters in order to create the matching cards.
Place board on a tray along with a small basket with font matching cards. Change out one font for another from week to week.