If you know anything about me (especially if you follow me on Instagram…) you know that anchor charts and I have a strong bond. I love using anchor charts to support my students before, during, and after learning a new skill!
One of my favorite anchor chart tips: create a template for your chart ahead of time. That way, it will still look organized and relatively neat, giving you less stress when you are writing down ideas as you go with your students. (Or is that just me?)
My new font series gives you the chance to be creative with your anchor chart designs – create a template digitally, trace the template onto anchor chart paper using your display camera, OR create the entire chart using the fonts!
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I designed these fonts with my favorite anchor chart styles in mind. I usually prefer to have a mixture of script and handwriting on my charts, and I am definitely a big fan of added doodles. (Don’t you dare call it fluff! It’s attention-grabbing and the kids love it, okay?!)
To give you an example of how you can use these fonts to create your own anchor charts, I created two digital charts based on some of my previously used anchor charts that I drew by hand.
Be creative! That’s what makes anchor chart designing so much fun. I hope you love these!