Tutor letters cover letters.
There’s no doubt about it.
The covers come with their own weight, but they can make a difference to your classroom.
How do they look?
Here are a few tips on how to make your own tutoring covers:1.
Use a different font size.
The larger the letter, the more space it takes up.
The smaller the letter the less space it has.
Use the larger font to cover the letter with as little text as possible.2.
Make sure the spacing is the same for all letters.
For example, if you want a letter to be slightly wider, use the small font size to fill the letter in with more space.3.
Set your font to a darker colour.
Darker letters are easier to read and read faster.
Try using a darker font and try to set it to a contrasting colour.4.
Find the best size for the letter.
For a letter with a line through it, use a smaller letter size.
Try to use the same font size for both letters.
You’ll get the best result with both.5.
Set the size to a minimum.
It may seem like you can just use a different size for all your letters, but it won’t work.
If you want to make sure your letter is the best it can be, try setting the letter to a smaller size.6.
Choose the right typeface.
There are a number of free fonts available online that can be used for your letters.
Make your own, or find one that you like.
Pick the right colour for your letter.
If your teacher uses a contrasting typeface, you may need to add more contrast to your letters to make them stand out.
For some teachers, a dark, muted colour is best.
Choose a background colour that will be consistent across all the letters.
If the letters are in different colours, make sure that your background colour stays consistent across them.
If it is your first time writing to a teacher, write the letter out in your own words.
If all else fails, get help from a teacher.
If there’s no one else who can write for you, try writing to your teacher.
If you have any questions about how to write your own letters, feel free to get in touch.