I have taught grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 over the past 24 years. Although First Grade which is where my heart lives, I am continuing my adventure with 5th graders who need some extra help, as well as part-time Literacy Coach this year. Wish me luck! I am honored that you are here!
but something happened to those pesky birds when I cut and pasted them into the new file. The font sizes and spacing changed. I have gone back and fixed them.
I also edited the rhombuses in the 2D shape activity. Someone suggested that I change the angles so the students would not be confused and could definitely tell the difference in the rhombus and the square in the activity. So I did.
Be sure to click on the picture, download again and save over the other document.
Since I have changed the files, I am extending the time to 1 more week before they go back into the vault.
Now I'm going to finish up the Back to School July/August set of Color by Codes.
I'm also working on a couple more fonts. The only problem is...
I am SUPER DUPER excited to have created my very own fonts!
How did she do that?
I was blog hopping one late night and saw that someone had been busy playing and creating fonts. Sorry to that blogger, but I don't remember who or where I saw it.
Of course, I had to do it too!
I did it on my sister's iPad with an app called iFontMaker. It was only $6.99 and SUPER DUPER easy!! I didn't even have to read any directions. I usually don't read directions anyway. It may be a good enough reason for me to get my own iPad!
Click on each sentence above to grab your own copy of Miss Law's fonts.
You may use them for anything and everything you want. I would love to see something created by someone else, if you'd like to share.
I would appreciate a rating.
ENJOY!! I know I am!
As soon as I figure out how, it will be the new font for my blog. Stay tuned...