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SOLSC Day 10: Playing with Fonts

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Slice of Life Small LogoThe March Slice of Life Story Challenge is hosted by http://www.twowritingteachers.wordpress.com.

Playing with Fonts and Colors

Today during writing time I played with fonts and colors. It was an intricate task, yet I found myself relaxing, creating wavy lines in navy blue, a heart encasing the word “love”, and yelling to the page: ARG!

Some people are creative, and have come up with amazing designs for their slices, while some are photographers, some sketch artists. Me, I just write simple sentences most of the time. But it’s always fun to play.

Playing = learning, you know.

 

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing titles I use for reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

5 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 10: Playing with Fonts

  1. I wish I could change fonts but I guess when you use the program for free, you are limited in some parts. After five years you’d think I’d have things figured out, but I’m still learning and solving problems on the blog.

  2. I was so excited when I figured how to change the fonts on my blog! Fonts are my “pens” when I am typing. They make everything more fun!

  3. I love changing fonts and colors, too! I have also noticed that some of my students do the same thing when they blog. Some of them have to find just the right font, color, and size.

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