Images I use in class tend to be as simple as possible. They are usually just a quick sketch in the students’ notes or on the board to illustrate a point. In other words, they serve a purpose, and are not just decorative “fluff”. 

Of course, you should decide for yourself what’s appropriate for your group. Many of these images are better suited for kids than adults. I encourage you to use a mix of styles to maintain interest and fun. 

When it came time to teach my son to write, I was disappointed that most books used fonts that didn’t line up with the writing guides. That’s why I made this book: Writing ABC. The font has been carefully altered to be more appropriate for little learners. I hope it helps your little ones too.