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Free Font Friday #2 & Giveaway




I am loving this linky!

This week I’m offering up TWO free fonts – an oldie (but a goodie!) and an exclusive one just for The Teaching Tribune readers.

First up, one of my go-to fonts for activity pages. Simple, easy to read and bold enough to stand out on a page!


And, if you’re in the market for another fun, free font, check out MGL Jazz It Up Special which is exclusive for The Teaching Tribune readers. You’ll need to click on the picture below to visit the main linky page to download. I hope you absolutely love it!


MGL Jazz It Up Special has a line of similar fonts in my newest pack on TpT:


Currently there are 24 fonts in this pack (for $5.00) and by the end of this weekend there will be over 30 fonts altogether. This pack will continue to grow over the next few months, but the price will rise as fonts are added. HOWEVER: if you purchase it now, not only will you get ALL the current fonts, but also ALL the new fonts as their added for the current price!

Click here to view MGL Exclusive Font Pack
(Download the preview to view each font!)

I’m also going to give one reader the opportunity to win all current fonts, up-to and including any added this weekend. Just enter via the Rafflecopter below for your chance to enter!

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  1. These look great!

  2. I like fonts that are similar to the handwriting I teach my class.

  3. LOVE you MGL Jazz it Up Special! So cute. Can’t wait to use it!

  4. I’m so excited that the one font has the “I” with both lines. My students often get confused whenever the font isn’t the same as their handwriting.

  5. I am just starting to use a broader variety of fonts. Thanks for sharing yours.

    Charlene/Diamond Mom
    Diamond Mom’s Treasury

  6. I love to use different fonts! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Thank you for sharing the fonts – love them both.
    I am big on fonts that are clear to read – this is influenced by working with children with Dyslexia and not confusing them with difficult text styles. In saying that I still like them to have flair especially with title pages – still gotta look good 🙂

    • Thanks for your comment, Angela.

      I’m similar with my font choices – especially this year as I’m teaching a visually impaired student. Some flair is nice, but the kiddos need to be able to read it!

  8. You’re one clever lady Stef! I love fonts that look like someone’s handwriting

  9. These look great! Would be excited to use them and add them to my collection!

  10. Love your fonts Stef! Use them on most of my stuff. 🙂


  11. I like the chunky scribble ones! And love yours!!

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