Thursday, April 12, 2012

Font Sort!

As a Special Educator, I spend A LOT of time looking at clipart and font being used in printables for my students!
 Every week, I assemble differentiated homework packets for the 1st graders who benefit from it (not only students receiving special education services). There have been many times I haven't been able to use a terrific activity page because of the font or "busy" graphics that don't allow enough "white space" for my students to successfully access the content.
When I create my own materials, I often insert a table that provides a structure to the page. This helps my students visually track where to find the questions and record their answers.
To support my students, I often use "font sorts," or sets of cards featuring letters in a variety of fonts. These cards could be used with young students as a literacy center, i.e.: matching uppercase to lowercase letters. The cards could also be used as flashcards for letter identification.

If you're interested in this font set, please visit my TPT store. The 32-page set is $3.00 and includes an assessment tracker.
If you use the cards, please let me know what you think! For more ideas and freebies, please follow my blog:
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