Fonts Can Confuse Pre-K Readers

Two-story a?
Small t hook?
Capital I or "L"?
Simple is better

The lowercase "a" and "t" letters mom or dad write rarely look like the lowercase a and t kids see in books.

Introducing the Editable Pre-K Font

One Less Barrier to Early Reading


It's Free

The Brainsprays' Pre-K font is free to download and designed to be customizable even for those that don't have programming experience.


It's Customizable

Print versions of lowercase "a" and "t" as well as capital "I" often get kids confused. But some parents want to change "q" hooks. Just click a button and the font will match your child.


It's Used in Your Library

When you select or tailor the Pre-K font to your child any online books, assessments or whiteboards you build on Brainsprays will use that font.

Our process


Demo: You to Your Child

Click or say "start" with your child then start answering, singing with or otherwise interacting with our voice recognizing videos. With a little encouragement, your child will join in.    


Follow: Practice Together (You and Your Child)

After your child starts to join in, they will start to begin actually responding on their own (learning). Every child is different, so our system tracks your child's responses and analyzes them for the next lesson. 


Your Child Solos 

Different children are comfortable responding independently based on factors other than proficiency (such as personality). Once your child does, we prepare the next lesson to capture an assessment generated and conducted by artificial intelligence.  


Official Transcript and Next Lesson

Although, our system is based on the advantage of voice recognition technology in constantly assessing and refining, when your child is able to perform a task by theirselves, it's a key milestone. We are unique in that we take preschool reading milestones very, very serious. We know the impact they will have on education options in the near future so we have a proprietary system that generates a secure and anonymous official transcript of their progress. 


Your Child Reads & Teaches (Stuffed Animals)

Invariable, your child will share the joy of learning to read by teaching others (a stuffed animal, friend, grandparent or person they hold in high esteem). This often coincides with mastery of the task.