Create worksheets and materials using the Handwriting Heroes font to model correct letter formation and line placement. Free for personal or commercial use.
The Handwriting Heroes font uses a continuous stroke
that minimizes the need to lift the pencil and reduces reversals.
The following six fonts
• Handwriting Heroes
• Handwriting Heroes Bold
• Handwriting Heroes Lines
• Handwriting Heroes Lines Bold
• Handwriting Heroes Clouds
• Handwriting Heroes Clouds Bold
Handwriting Heroes uses three-lines
, with tangible descriptors, to provide a logical, child-friendly guide for correct letter placement:
- the top line is called the “skyline”
- the dotted-middle is the “clouds” and
- the bottom line is the “grass”.
Letters b, f, h, k, l, and t are very “tall” so they start at the skyline. ALL other letters start at the clouds. Descending letters (g, j, p, q, and y) go into the “dirt”.
To make blank lines
for students to write on: Hold on the Shift key and tap the SPACE bar. Make the rules bigger or smaller by adjusting the font size.
This resource is also part of the Handwriting Heroes Bundle.
Learn about the importance of using three-lined paper and multisensory handwriting:
Teaching Handwriting: 5 Essential Practices
Teaching Handwriting: Don't forget your lines!
Get to know all 5 handwriting heroes with these interactive videos:
Handwriting Heroes Workbook
Handwriting Heroes Paper
Handwriting Heroes Wall Cards
Handwriting Heroes Letter Cards
Handwriting Heroes Crowns
Handwriting Heroes Finger Puppets
to download the Handwriting Heroes app
for your iPad.