Seeing someone’s flier made me remember an important but easy to overlook detail when printing things for kids still learning to write: a.
What does that look like on your screen? Does it look like the a we’re teaching our students/children/siblings to write? Probably not. (Now I need to check my font settings and see for myself.)
Most fonts don’t typically present letters as we teach students to write them. Lowercase t is another frequent culprit. Lowercase g can be an issue in serif fonts.
This is a font I found during my first grade student-teaching experience while making worksheets for my kids. I pass this one along in particular because of the dashed option — perfect for making your own tracing sheets.
Another decent specific one is Penmanship Print, a font that types out on its own penmanship lines (solid with the dashed center reference). The letters on this one are a bit too widely-spaced for my taste, but that’s something that can be fixed by adjusting the kerning. The lowercase m is also very narrow, especially compared to the lowercase n, but now I might just be getting nitpicky.