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Sassoon Infant Pro

Sassoon Infant Pro®

by Sassoon-Williams
Individual Styles from $66.00
Complete family of 2 fonts: $125.00
Sassoon Infant Pro Font Family was designed by Rosemary Sassoon and published by Sassoon-Williams. Sassoon Infant Pro contains 2 styles and family package options.

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About Sassoon Infant Pro Font Family

An upright typeface family developed to meet the demand for letters to produce pupil material for handwriting as well as for reading. Upright letters with extended ascenders and descenders are ideal on screen. They facilitate word recognition. The exit strokes link words together visually, and in handwriting they lead to spontaneous joins along the baseline leading logically to a joined-up hand. Teachers can print desk strips, charts of letter families and alphabet friezes, as well as consistent material across the curriculum. Together these typefaces provide a valuable resource for special needs teachers.

Typefaces developed to meet demand for letters that can be used to produce pupil material for reading as well as handwriting. Regular and Bold typefaces covering pan-European languages: 9 Latin, 6 Cyrillic, Greek, Turkish, 13 Baltic, 8 Rusyn, 6 Nordic, Vietnamese.

How to access Stylistic Sets of alternative letters in these fonts

Cyrillic Stylistic Sets examples

Greek Stylistic Sets examples

Vietnamese Stylistic Sets examples

Designers: Rosemary Sassoon

Publisher: Sassoon-Williams

Foundry: Sassoon-Williams

Design Owner: Sassoon-Williams

MyFonts debut: Apr 9, 2020

Sassoon Infant Pro® is a registered trademark of Sassoon & Williams.

About Sassoon-Williams

The Sassoon® font collection is a collaboration between Dr. Rosemary Sassoon and Adrian Williams. Dr. Sassoon is a noted designer who specialised in the educational and medical aspects of handwriting. After discovering that no one had found out what kind of letterforms children found easiest to read, she spent two years of research on the subject before designing the original Sassoon Primary typeface. In 1985 she began her partnership with type designer Adrian Williams to develop a whole range of fonts for schools and publishers to assist with handwriting and reading education.

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