As a kindergarten teacher I understand how important proper letter formation is. I also understand that students need a lot of practice and repetition. I often find that fonts do not match the way we teach our students. My Upper and Lower Case Letters consist of handwriting practice for both the upper and lower case letters.
Each page has two large letters for the students to trace. The first two lines have dotted lines for students to practice. The bottom two lines allow the students to practice forming the letters independently. I have my students complete the first line, stop to circle their best traced letter, continue to the second line, stop to circle their best line, and continue to the third line. Once my students finish their third line I have them circle their best letter in that line and then raise their hand. This gives me the opportunity to explain to them what they need to do differently or give them positive encouragement before they move on to the third line.
I also included dots on each line to help the students see where the letter starts. I noticed especially with the letter Kk my students had trouble figuring out where to start after they made a big line down. For the letter k I included an additional orange dot to help them.