Magnetic Letter Fonts

Magnetic Letter Fonts
Magnetic Letter Fonts
Magnetic Letter Fonts
Magnetic Letter Fonts
Magnetic Letter Fonts
Magnetic Letter Fonts
Magnetic Letter Fonts
Magnetic Letter Fonts
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There are so many activities you can do with Magnetic Letters and now you can create them yourself using these Magnetic Letter Fonts. These are "True Type Fonts" that you load onto your computer and then you can type with them in your word-processing programs. There are THREE SETS of fonts included in this download so you can choose the one that works best for you.

Two fonts are included in each set (a total of 6 fonts): an OUTLINE version, and a solid/FILLED version.

The MagneticLettersAlphaMag fonts match the 1.5" tall magnetic letters "Alpha Magnets" made by Educational Insights. To see the Alpha Magnets click HERE and HERE.)

The MagneticLettersEasyRead fonts match the 1 11/16" tall magnetic letters "EZread" plastic letters from "Really Good Stuff." To see EZread letters click HERE and HERE. This set does not include numbers.

The MagneticLettersBritish fonts are modeled after the Alpha Magnets, but have the curved legs on the letters adfhiklmntu, as was requested by a teacher in Great Britain.

Now you can type out student names, spelling lists, sight words, etc. and have your students match the magnetic letters to the printed outline letters. Great for creating desk name-plates and word-based activity centers. Use this font to engage students who excel with hands-on learning.

Directions for loading the font onto your PC or MAC are included.

For 1.5" letters by Alpha Magnets, set your font size to 145 (instructions included).

For the 1 11/16" letters by EZread, set your font size to 172.

With the EZread font, hand-written lowercase "g" is typed using the lowercase "g." The print-type lowercase "g" is typed using "&" (shift-7.)

The hand-written lowercase "a" is typed using the lowercase "a." The print-type "a" is typed using "@" (shift-2.)

For commercial and personal use.

Thanks!

Wendy Karabensh

Treasure Coast Strings

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