Looking for some fun ways to keep the kids engaged with arts and crafts? Why not download these two free fonts and see what they can create?
First up, a font that looks a bit like charcoal is James Stroker. Uppercase, lowercase and numerals are included; maybe make some new flashcards to keep those math skills sharp? However you want to use it, this one will look great and be easy to read. Download free from Dafont.
A similar font is Rampage Kid, a free font from the D&K Project. This brush font looks a bit like a Sharpie that’s just this side of running out of ink. It would be fun to use on cards for the grandparents, thank you notes, or posters to hang on the fridge. Download free from Dafont.
Keep the creativity flowing, and share it with your kids or favorite teacher. Be well, and come back to us next week for another Free Font Friday.