Sunday, January 20, 2013

ABC Print Dotted Font

Create handwriting worksheets on Valentine's Day for your students with this amazing free ABC Print Dotted Font. Students will be able to recognize and trace letters easily without the need of lines or arrows. 


 I hope you like it. Please click here to get the free 
ABC Print Dots Font.

A) If you like it, you can buy the 6 ABC Print Style Family Fonts packet for only $9. Click here.

B) Or the super saver Fonts 4 Teachers Deluxe. 57 fonts for school. You save $20. Click here. (This Offer Expires in 3 DAYS) 
 

28 comments:

  1. Thanks for the freebie! I LOVE finding new fonts...especially free ones!

    Happy Monday!

    Natalie
    Teachery Tidbits

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  2. What a useful freebie! I just downloaded it and can't wait to try it out.

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  3. Great Freebie!! I've seen your stuff before and it is great.
    Angie K
    Making The Basics Fun

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  4. Thank you for the awesome freebie! I just downloaded and installed the font...can't wait to try it out.

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  5. Glad I found you. I love getting new fonts!

    ~Traci
    The Bender Bunch

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  6. Thank you sooooo much for the free font! I love new fonts. They are even better if they are free! Your awesome!
    Mrs. Janelle Bush
    http://mrsjanelleskindergarten.blogspot.com/

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  7. These are awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful fonts!

    www.ateacherwithoutaclass.com

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  8. I LOVE fonts...who doesn't?? hahaha

    Thanks for sharing!

    Cynthia
    2nd Grade Pad

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  9. I love fonts! Thanks for sharing! I just followed your blog! I look forward to reading more of your posts.

    www.kindergartenkidsatplay.blogspot.com

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  10. thanks for linking up BUT I do not see a currently on this post and you have posted twice on my link up party and both times you do not have a currently and only have a links back to a product of yours :(

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  11. LOVE this one! Thanks for sharing!!!!!

    Angela
    The Teacher's Desk 6

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  12. Who doesn't love fonts? Thanks for sharing!
    Laureen

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  13. I will use this with my own son. Thanks

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  14. Is there any way you can make the top and bottom of the capital I longer? I love this font for helping my children write their Christmas thank you notes, but the capital I made it a little confusing for them. It was slightly hard to see. But THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for creating this font!

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  15. Hi On this page at the top it says the dotted font is free but when I click on it it takes me to Teacherspayteachers and says it is $4.95. Can you please help me get the dotted teachers font.
    Kind regards
    Helen Heynike
    hheynike@gmail.com

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  16. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  17. the print dotted font is no longer free :(

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  18. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  19. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  20. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  21. Hi there! The smaller font under each word tells the actual name of the font. The "sparkling" one is called Sweet Pea font and the link is: http://www.dafont.com/sweet-pea.font
    The clickable links to all of them are right under the image!
    Thanks!

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  22. Dafont.com is a site where you can download a ton of free fonts. You can search for a specific typeface, or search by the type of lettering you want, whether it’s serif or sans serif, hand lettered or grunge style. You can also put in your own phrase to see how it looks in a particular font. A lot of these fonts are very decorative and many are handdrawn, so it’s not always the best place to search for body text fonts. Each selection also tells you whether your download is free for personal or commercial use. The download is easy – you get a zip file with the font file inside. Unzip, install, and you’re ready to go.

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  23. Dafont.com is a site where you can download a ton of free fonts. You can search for a specific typeface, or search by the type of lettering you want, whether it’s serif or sans serif, hand lettered or grunge style. You can also put in your own phrase to see how it looks in a particular font. A lot of these fonts are very decorative and many are handdrawn, so it’s not always the best place to search for body text fonts. Each selection also tells you whether your download is free for personal or commercial use. The download is easy – you get a zip file with the font file inside. Unzip, install, and you’re ready to go.

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