Add our colourful cursive letters to your classroom walls, displays and bulletin boards! There are hundreds of colours, patterns and textures and each set includes every letter of the alphabet (in upper and lower case), numbers and symbols!
We also have a Display Letters Pack that uses a standard printed font.
Join Teaching Packs to download these resources today!
- Three Hundred and Fifty Sets of Printable Display Letters - The display letter sets in this growing collection have a variety of textures, including:
- Animals - Pets, minibeasts, birds, farm animals, rainforest animals and more!
- Art - Abstract art, Da Vinci's sketchbook, Mondrian and more.
- Christmas - Plenty of festive cursive display letter styles.
- Colours - Red, orange, yellow, green, blue and lots of other colours.
- English - Books, newspapers, scrabble tiles and speech bubbles!
- Flags - Includes flag textures for 35 different countries.
- Habitats - Arctic, farmland, mountains, rainforests, rock pools and more.
- History - Ancient text, Bayeux Tapesty, Greek patterns, mosaics, roman numbers and many others.
- Materials - Including bricks, gold, leather, rocks, sand, water and wood.
- Maths - Includes algebra, fractions, money, numbers and tessellation.
- Patterns - Squares, triangles, bubbles, paint splats, stained glass windows and more!
- Science - Bacteria, bones, fire, light, magnets, skeletons, planets...
- Sport - Baseball, football, rugby, tennis... perfect for your PE display boards!
... and more! We are always adding new sets to this pack and we welcome suggestions from our members. If you need a particular style, texture or pattern, please get in touch!
Preview the Resources...
Click on the thumbnails below to view samples of resources from The Cursive Display Letters Pack:
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More choices than I know what to do with. My go-to pack for displays. I don't need to check anywhere else as it is all here.
This actually makes the act and art of handwriting doable. It has been quite difficult to find a uniform font that works and as my children's handwriting is terrible, it has been a great help. My children use it as an aide memoir and we refer to it often.