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    Can anyone tell me what typeface is used for the “correct” letter formation for the First Start Reading and associated copy work?

    I’m trying to type up some additional copy work for my students to practice and memorize (home address, important phone numbers, etc), but the inconsistency in letter/numeral formation is enough to trip up my youngest students.

    Thanks.

    #2
    Re: First Start Reading Letter Formation Font

    I will have to ask Iris about that!

    Michelle T

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      #3
      Re: First Start Reading Letter Formation Font

      Originally posted by jfurbish4684 View Post
      Can anyone tell me what typeface is used for the “correct” letter formation for the First Start Reading and associated copy work?

      I’m trying to type up some additional copy work for my students to practice and memorize (home address, important phone numbers, etc), but the inconsistency in letter/numeral formation is enough to trip up my youngest students.

      Thanks.
      Sofia Pro Soft is the closest match I’ve found. I’ve used it for word cards and alphabet tiles and it syncs well with FSR: https://www.fonts.com/font/mostardes...pro-soft/light
      Jennifer
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        #4
        Re: First Start Reading Letter Formation Font

        Okay, Tanya told me that Iris didn't select our manuscript, we picked the font we liked best from the choices on our computer. The font is called ZB Manuscript. That information will probably not help you much. However, when I was in the classroom, we used the Start Write CD which has a manuscript option that is a match for the font in Copybook and FSR. The CD came in very handy because I could make writing practice pages for students names or individual penmanship needs such as having traceable lines or a start-dot for letters.

        HTH,
        Michelle T

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          #5
          Re: First Start Reading Letter Formation Font

          Thank you!

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