-Who made all these resources? -How can I contact you? -How can you give all these materials away for free? -Are these resources legal? What about copyright? -Can I use these resources with large groups or give them to other educators? -What fonts are used in the handwriting worksheets?
My name is Beth. I am a stay-at-home mom, currently homeschooling my kids. All resources on this site were put together into their final format by me, including both the pdf worksheets and the text versions of literature. I also designed and coded the site by reading online tutorials. It should be noted, however, that the images on the handwriting worksheets are either public domain or Microsoft clipart and all the literature is in the public domain.
The best way to contact me is through the Facebook page; however, please, remember that I spend most of my free time making resources for the site and can't guarantee a timely response.
This site is supported by advertising in order to keep the materials free. At this time, I am maintaining this site at my own expense, so if you like what you find, tell others about this site. The more people who take advantage of these free resources, the longer I will be able to keep them available.
The materials on this site are believed to fall under educational fair use. Any parent or teacher could make these same pages for free using images available in the public domain or the standard Microsoft clipart database. This site has gone through the effort for you by producing and distributing them for free to benefit the education of all students and without any forseeable harm to the owners of the images.
In general, yes. All the resources on this site are free to use and distribute. However, large amounts of effort have been put forth in their creation and this site is supported by advertisers, so please do not remove the web address from the bottom of pages that you are sharing and please limit the number of pages you share with adults capable of printing their own pages. If you like these free materials, encourage others to visit it too. Additionally, any selling of these resources would be considered beyond fair use and reach the level of copyright infringement. Please don't try to profit from what has been provided to you free. For additional information, visit the Terms of Service page.
The PreCursive handwriting printables use the PreCursive New font by Bob Jones University Press (BJU Press). Bob Jones makes this font available for free for the purpose of making additional educational resources, such as those provided on this site.