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Anyone know where I can find a font a child can trace letters eg with a spot
for the starting point and arrows to show the correct way to write the letter
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Set of 6 block letter fonts for teachers (including dotted, with arrows, and
guided) for $19.95
http://www.fontmenu.com/site/_BlockLetters.html
Same for cursive (also using D'Nealian system):
http://www.fontmenu.com/site/_CursiveHandwriting.html
Free samples available for evaluation

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