This super legible font was created with teachers in mind. This font is intended for use in the body of text that students read on any teaching resources.
1. There is an alternate number 1 in this font in the bar key (not spacebar, the bar key is located with the backslash key on most keyboards) and this will allow you to use a number 1 with flags on top and bottom in situations where a straight one is confusing to students and might be mistaken for a lowercase l.
2. There is a widely spaced version enclosed for situations when you want more breathing room between each letter.
Click the image to download this font from Fontspace.
Hey guys! I know so many of my Teachers Pay Teachers customers are using PowerPoint to create and I was asked to start creating some tutorials that teach you how to use your fonts effectively in PowerPoint.
This is the first of these videos. Be sure to subscribe either here on the website or on YouTube so you can see all future videos as they are released!
This first video is a tutorial on making basic colored lettering and I also show how to use a swatch in PowerPoint to assist you with colors.
I have this verse on my living room wall. It’s definitely one of my favorite verses and I may have even shared artwork with it before, but that’s okay! I love anchors & the ocean and those soft, beachy colors.