Teaching Resource

Woodland Tales - Desk Plate Alphabet and Number Line


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Woodland tales themed desk plates with the alphabet, a number line and a space for your student’s name.

How to use this teaching resource:

(1) Use the custom settings above to create your ideal desk plate by selecting the following options:

  • school font
  • font lines
  • number line style
  • alphabet layout style
  • left and right hands on or off.

(2) Download and print out your custom classroom desk plates and write your students’ names on them.

(3) Alternatively, after selecting the above custom settings, click on the blue ‘customise’ button and add your students’ names to the desk plates. Then download and print your custom desk plate file.

(4) Laminate the desk plates to protect from moisture and cut them out.

(5) Stick the desk plates on your students’ desks with sticky tape or contact.

Now, you will have easily created the perfect, custom classroom alphabet and number line reminder for your students to refer to every day!

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    Kathy Ward

    There is not a Victorian dotted thirds option for the lines. Also not sure if there is Vic Cursive as it is not listed as an option? Or is it called something else?

    Kathy Ward · Nov 10th, 2021

    Dean Hughes

    Hi Kathy. I can see what I believe are Victorian dotted thirds on the leftmost side of the middle row. Could you please try that, and if that is not what you’re after, please let me know and I can look into it. In regards to the VIC Cursive font, I believe you are looking for ‘VIC Pre-Cursive’ also known as ‘VIC Infant Cursive’. Once again, please let me know if that isn’t what you’re after and I can look into this for you!

    Dean Hughes · Nov 12th, 2021

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