A note on the resources used on the site.

Fonts

The font used on this site are styled as:

A standard print style font, with straight tails. Print Clearly/Print Dashed by Blue Vinyl Fonts; free to use for non-commercial, for commercial use you need to contact the creator.

A"joining tail" (or as we call it a "curly k") font, which makes it easier for the children to transfer to joined-up (cursive) writing. This seems to be the most common style used in Primary Schools now.
The solid form is Ruluko, available from Google fonts. Free. There has been a bit of editing to make the curly k meet in the middle and the q to have a tail - how hard is it to find in a font?
The dotted form is Primer Apples by Ray Larabie; free to use, but a donation is requested. for commercial use.

Precursive fonts, which have all the entry/lead in strokes and tail curls without the writing actually being joined. We use two different styles.
The top two styles are both Boring Boring by Blah Fonts, one standard and one in italics. Free.
The bottom font is Learning Curve by Blue Vinyl Fonts; free to use for non-commercial, for commercial use you need to contact the creator. It is actually a cursive font, but with spacing between the letters.

Cursive fonts, which have all the entry/lead in strokes and tail curls with the writing joined. We use two different styles.
The top two styles are both Boring Boring by Blah Fonts, one standard and one in italics. Free. It is actually a precursive font, but with less spacing between the letters.
The bottom font is Learning Curve by Blue Vinyl Fonts; free to use for non-commercial, for commercial use you need to contact the creator.



The fonts we use for numbers are Boring Boring, Print Clearly, Ruluko, as well as the following:

Primer Print by Ray Larabie; free to use, but a donation is requested.

BPreplay by George Triantafyllakos; free.

National Primary by Roger White; freeware for non-commercial use.



Images

The images used on this site are either from free image software, created by us or downloaded from Clker.com - the royalty free clip art site.