50 Cool Google Fonts For Kids And Teachers

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Imagine a kindergarten classroom poster or a children’s book filled with dull, monotonous letters. It simply wouldn’t be as fun, exciting, or interesting as one with a well-chosen children’s font that kids love! So if you are a teacher or a parent who wants to capture the attention of kids, then you have come to the right place!

In this article, we are going to take a look at some of the best Google fonts for teachers and kids or anyone else looking for fun fonts to add some magic to otherwise boring text!

Where To Download These Free Kid-Friendly Fonts?

Each of these cool fonts is freely available in the Google Fonts Library. Simply click through to the library, search for the font name, and download! And remember, that it is easy to use any of these fonts in Google Docs if you would like to!

If you are new to Google Fonts, then check out our detailed Google Fonts FAQs!


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The Best Google Fonts For Kids

And without further ado, onto our list of our favorite kids’ fonts for teachers and anyone else looking for fun and playful lettering for worksheets, projects, or kid’s journals.

Black Ops One

Black Ops One has a military-inspired look and feel. It is a stencil font that is perfect for teachers creating posters, book covers, or even games.

Black Ops One example

Click here for more Stencil Font ideas!

Atomic Age

Atomic Age has a futuristic feel that captures the fun of space exploration!

Atomic Age example

Click here for more futuristic / space-themed font ideas.

Love Ya Like a Sister

Love Ya Like a Sister is a quirky and fun teacher’s font that has a friendly feel to it. It is a great option for creating greeting cards, crafts, children’s books, and educational materials.

Love Ya Like A Sister font example

Cabin Sketch

Cabin Sketch is fun and quirky with a rustic feel, perfect for nature-themed teaching materials.

Cabin Sketch example

You can find more Google Sketch font ideas here!

Freckle Face

Freckle face is a childlike font that captures the feeling of childhood innocence. It has messy letters that are interesting and eye-catching!

Feckle Face Google teachers font example


Flavors is a cute teacher’s font that is fun and playful.

Flavors kids font example

Jolly Lodger

Jolly Lodger is an interesting font that you will sometimes see being used as a Halloween font. It has a fun feel to it that reminds me of balloons and candyfloss.

Jolly Lodger font example

Click here if you are looking for more Google Font ideas for Halloween.


Barriecito has uneven letters that are really interesting.

Barriecito font example


Shzuru has hollow letters that make it a great font choice for teachers because it allows kids to color in the letters.

Shizuru hollow font example

Lorinda Shadow

Just like Shizuru, Lorinda Shadow is another hollow outline font that adds an extra dimension of fun to teachers’ worksheets. It is bulkier and more bold so it is a great preschool font for kids to color.

Lorinda shadow Google font example

Lorinda Outline

Lorinda Outline is another member of the Lorinda family of fonts. This time however it doesn’t have a shadow effect.

Lorinda example

Click here for more Google outline font ideas!

Faster One

Faster One is bold and dynamic – great for sports-themed worksheets or children’s books.

Faster one example


Looking for a cowboy-inspired font? Then look no further than Smokum! This bold font has a very distinctive Wild West feel to it.

Smokum example


Rye is another Western-themed Google font that reminds me of old West saloons and cowboys.

Rye cowboy font example.

Click here for more Western Google Fonts!


Biorhyme has a scientific feel to it and it is a great teacher’s font to consider if you are creating worksheets or resources for biology or science.

BioRhyme Expanded scientific font example


Peralta is a cute kids’ font that works well for children’s book titles or even comic book speech bubbles.

Peralta font example


Rancho is a fun font that also has an old-west feel to it. It looks quite similar to the font that was used for the movie Rango!

Rancho kids cowboy font example


Sunshiney is a cheerful kids’ font that is quirky and cute with a playful twist to it.

Sunshiney example


Miltonian is another outline font that kids love!

Miltonian example


Ribey is quite similar to Miltonian and as an added bonus it also has an outlined version of the font called Ribeye Marrow.

Ribeye example

Ribey Marrow Google Font


Schoolbell is probably one of the most well-known and popular fonts for teachers! Its name makes it a no-brainer for any teaching materials.

Schoolbell teachers font

Mouse Memoirs

Mouse Memoirs is a great preschool font because it is bold and easy to read while still being playful and cute.

Mouse Memoirs example

Puppies Play

Puppies Play is a very cute teacher’s font that has a joyful and carefree feel to it. Although probably not the best preschool font, it can be used for older kids in the right design.

Puppies play font example

Click here for more quirky and cute Google font ideas!

Bon Bon

Bon Bon is a usual Google children’s font that adds a touch of whimsy to kids’ materials with its swirly letters and decorative little flowers and hearts.

Bon Bon font example

Ruge Boogie

Ruge Boogie is a lively and expressive kids’ font that is playful and dynamic and is a great choice for any artwork that is geared toward kids.

Ruge Boogie example

Butterfly Kids

Butterfly Kids is another whimsical and quirky teacher’s font that is delicate and cute and is a great option for worksheets and designs that feature nature, gardens, or the imagination.

Butterfly Kids font example

Crafty Girls

As the name suggests, Crafty Girls is a craft-inspired font that has a hand-drawn feel to it that is a great choice for things like labels, arts and crafts, and scrapbooking.

Crafty Girls font example

Moo Lah Lah

Moo Lah Lah is probably one of the more unique Google fonts for kids! It is really fun and has a farm-yard feel to it that is perfect for any teaching material where kids are learning about the farm and farm animals.

Moo Lah Lah farmyard font example

Fontdiner Swanky

Fontdiner Swanky is a retro-inspired font that has a vintage feel to it.

Fontdiner Swanky font example

Click here for more Retro Google Font Ideas!

Mountains of Christmas

Mountains of Christmas is a gorgeous Christmas font that teachers and parents can use during the holidays to create Christmas-themed worksheets, books, or events for kids.

Mountains of Christmas Google font example

Click here for more Christmas Google Font ideas!


Frijole is an interesting Google font that has a unique look and feel. It is a great kids’ font to use for bold headlines.

Frijole example

Finger Paint

Finger Paint is a cute teacher’s font that captures the essence and organic feel of children’s finger painting. If you like this font style, then maybe check out our collection of Google graffiti fonts for more ideas!

Finger paint font example

Emiliys Candy

Emiliys Candy is a very cute kid’s font that is a great option for birthday party invitations!

Emiliys Candy example

Rubik Moonrocks

Rubik Moonrocks is a font that could be used in space-themed projects.

Rubik Moonrocks example


Kablammo is a bold font that is very eye-catching and unusual!

Kablammo font example

Henny Penny

Henny Penny is a very cute kids font that captures the essence of nursery rhymes and fairy tales.

Henny Penny font example

Spicy Rice

Spicy Rice is a bold teacher’s font that can be used in kids’ designs to create attention-grabbing headlines.

Spicy Rice Google Font Example

Pirata One

Looking for a kid-friendly font for pirate-themed materials or events? Then Pirata One has got you covered!

Pirata One Pirate font example

Jim Nightshade

The Jim Nightshade font is sometimes used in historical or even Halloween-themed designs.

Jim Nightshade font example

Click here for more Old English, Blackletter, Gothic, or Medieval Font ideas!


Monoton is an unusual font prabably might not be the best font to use for young children but could work well with older kids.

Monoton example

Mystery Quest

Mystery Quest has swirly letters that certainly can’t be ignored!

Mystery Quest Google Font Example

Press Start 2P

Press Start 2P was inspired by classic video games and is a great choice for computer-themed worksheets or events.

Press Start 2P computer font example

Cherry Bomb One

Cherry Bomb One is a bold kids font that is easy to read so it is a great choice for headlines and posters.

Cherry bomb example

Cherry Cream Soda

Cherry Cream Soda reminds me a lot of the fonts that were used in a retro roadhouse or diner signage.

Cherry Cream Soda font example

Purple Purse

Purple Purse is another bold teacher’s font that works well for headlines and posters. I could see it being used in fairy tales or imaginative children’s worksheets and books.

Purple Purse example


Chicle has irregular letters and shapes. It is a fun font choice for play centers, entertainment venues, or kids’ parties.

Chicle example


Ranchers is a great kids’ Google font choice for cowboy-themed books, events, or educational materials.

Ranchers font example


Playball is a sports-inspired font that has a vintage feel to it. It can be used for sports-themed teaching materials and events.

Playball font example

Luckiest Guy

Luckiest Guy is another bold and quirky Google font for kids that has a playful style that can be used for headings, events, parties, and fun educational materials.

Luckiest Guy font example

Click here for more Chunky Google Font ideas!

Holtwood One

I can’t decide whether Holtwood has a Hollywood feel to it or more of a Western feel. Either way, it certainly makes an impact!

Holtwood One font example


If you have been looking for the very best fonts for teachers or kids, then I hope that this article has helped you with ideas! I would love to know if there are any other Google fonts that you have used for kids’ materials and resources. Let me know in the comments section below!

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