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Old 05-19-2020, 01:02 PM
 
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Where can I find name tracing templates with boxes for each letter? I've been making them by hand


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Have you tried googling "editable name tracing"? I have the info at school and have downloaded several (all free) to the school computer. I'm not planning to go back until the fall so I don't have the exact addresses. They are also useful for sight word practice.
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Maybe there's a font you could use?
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I'm not exactly sure what you're referring to, but if it's what I think it is there might a font that creates those types of letters. I wish I could recall where I saw it years ago. Right now I can't even think of the name given to those types of boxes, otherwise I try searching them out for you.

(The bad thing about fonts is that sometimes the names are very random and would probably not match the name we'd use in education.) I hope you find what you need!
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In Teachers Pat Teachers, you can download KG Fonts for free. Her KG Teacher Helpers might be what you need. Also look at the KG Primary fonts. She also has a couple that are good for math.
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SDT gave lots of great suggestions! I have lots of those KG Fonts on my computer that I use when I'm making activity sheets for my former colleagues in the lower grades.

As for boxed letters:
This link should take you to a page of fonts.
https://www.schoolfonts.com.au/Fonts_other_fonts.html

Scroll down the the lower portion of the page.
Is this the type of boxes you are thinking of? I have't checked to see the date of this page to know if it might still be valid, but it seems the font would be purchased from Australia. Also not sure if it's a downloadable font which might be more convenient.


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Old 05-19-2020, 06:22 PM
 
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I found one of the sites I have used, Create Printables. It doesn't use the boxes but there are several options and it's free! You could print out a worksheet (maybe on cardstock) for each child. You can either laminate or place in a plastic sleeve for multiple uses.

TPT has a lot more free editable name plates than the last time I searched. How did I ever survive teaching before computers and TPT!
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How did I ever survive teaching before computers and TPT!
We used to share on PT! We were the PT before TPT!
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Definitely PT!

But I predate PT! True story, when I was in college, the latest computer filled an entire room and you fed it punch cards! Fast forward about 10 years, computers were being phased in beginning with third grade. We were given 4 bulky computers for each classroom. It's amazing just how far we've come.
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Yes these are the ones!
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