KG What the Teacher Wants Font

by Kimberly Geswein

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Teacher

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truetype 391 glyphs 383 characters
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    About KG What the Teacher Wants Font

    This special font was created especially for an elementary teacher, Rachelle Smith. Rachelle's highly-popular teaching blog, What the Teacher Wants ( http://whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com/ ) is a great resource for elementary teachers. She also sells educational products at Teachers Pay Teachers: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Rachelle-Smith

    This font is exactly "What the Teacher Wants"- it is neat, legible, friendly, and contains enough glyphs to cover 86 languages and little extras like math symbols!

    Please pay for commercial use, as always. Thanks!

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    2012
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    Ramiro Pistoia
    Ixbick
    7 years ago

    It's really awesome! And very useful!

    hevbee
    7 years ago

    Thanks xx

    Soph<3
    Pianoplayer21
    7 years ago

    AMAZING FONT> SIMPLE BUT SWEETS 😄

    Lilac
    longgem
    7 years ago

    Yes I'm so using this for my Math Project 😃

    Isa0304
    7 years ago

    yo cool font

    Ramiro Pistoia
    Ixbick
    7 years ago

    Now I love this font so much! I use this for type anything 😄

    SweetAsHoney
    6 years ago

    Love it! The right "a" and "t" and spacing that makes sense. Perfect for primary grades 😄 Thanks!

    loves2teachmath
    3 years ago

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I downloaded 10 of your fonts and am so excited. These will help me design my own worksheets. People are charging money on Teachers Pay Teachers and I have a feeling some of these may be yours. As an educator and math teacher, I love modeling and being creative and you have just made my job so much easier. Last year I was leaving blanks and writing in exponents or drawing figures for modeling word problems. You are a genius!

    Kimberly Geswein
    mamakimberly
    3 years ago

    @loves2teachmath I do sell licensing at TpT 😄 So hopefully what you are seeing is just people who have legally paid for the rights to use the font on their products 😄

    Heaven Castro
    heavencastro
    almost 1 year ago

    I 'll be using on my Touhou comic!!!