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Sassoon Infant Font

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Sassoon InfantDesigners: Rosemary Sassoon, Adrian Williams
Publisher: Sassoon-Williams
Sassoon Infant was created by Rosemary Sassoon, Adrian Williams and released by Sassoon-Williams. Sassoon Baby includes 10 designs and household plan options. p > An upright typeface family developed to satisfy the need for letters to produce student product for handwriting in addition to for reading. Upright letters with prolonged ascenders and descenders are perfect on screen. They facilitate word recognition. The exit strokes link words together aesthetically, and in handwriting they lead to spontaneous joins along the standard leading rationally to a joined-up hand. Teachers can print desk strips, charts of letter households and alphabet friezes, as well as constant material throughout the curriculum. Together these typefaces supply an important resource for special needs teachers.

When starting point and stroke direction has been discovered, the arrow typeface (Tracker B) can be dropped and the simpler Tracker font used.

Tracker B font style, with its direction arrows helps pupils to begin in the right location. Motor movements can be refined by keeping inside the line. When beginning and instructions is no problem, the arrow can be dropped and the plain Tracker font used.

When beginning point and stroke instructions have been found out, the arrow typeface (Dotted B) can be dropped and the easier Dotted typeface used.

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How to gain access to Stylistic Sets of alternative letters in these fonts

Font Family:
· Sassoon Infant Pro Regular
· Sassoon Infant Pro Bold
· Sassoon Infant Regular
· Sassoon Infant Line Regular
· Sassoon Infant Medium
· Sassoon Infant Bold
· Sassoon Infant Tracker
· Sassoon Infant Tracker B
· Sassoon Infant Dotted
· Sassoon Infant Dotted B

Tags: alternates, cursive, education, exit strokes, handwriting, infant, joined-up, opentype, pre-cursive, primary, reading, school, teaching

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