I have always thought there should be an app that lets you make you own traceable hand writing pages you can customize to verses or subjects that are being taught. Who knows, maybe there is one. I never actually looked into it. But I did find these fonts that you can install on your computer and use to make your own tracing templates. Click the images or titles to download the fonts.
Installing Traceble Fonts on a Mac:
- After you download your font, unzip its download folder (usually they land in your ‘Downloads’ folder, unless you have programmed your downloads to go somewhere else). To unzip, just double click on the .zip file and the unzipping process should begin on its own (it just takes a second or two).
- After your file has unzipped, you can open the individual folder of the font (there may not be one, it may just be the actual file, in which case, you won’t have to open a folder).
- Double click the .ttf or .otf file (I prefer .otf. or Open Type Format files if they’re available, they can be resized and manipulated without compromising quality. But, they’re not always included in font downloads).
- After you have double clicked your .ttf or .otf file, a dialog box should automatically pop up for you.
- Click ‘Install Font’ and your installation will begin (it only takes about two seconds, total).
- Check your Mac’s Font Book to make sure your new font is in there (they’re arranged alphabetically). You can start using your new font immediately in your computer’s applications.
- Can’t find the font in your application for use? Shut down all of your running applications and restart your computer. Relaunch your applications. Often, fonts have a different preface before them, so if you still can’t find your font, be sure to check your download folder for its proper name.
The information and links in this blog post are excerpts taken from the original blog post of ‘I should be mopping the floor’
Find her original post here: https://www.ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com/2019/05/13-free-traceable-fonts.html