Here’s a tool for creating word-shape resources for Starter kids. While you can create word boxes in software like Excel, or even PowerPoint, a much easier way is to install a font that automatically makes a box in the correct height and width for each letter. I purchased a commercial font for use in my projects, but you can find a free font here that does the same job. (This version has a couple of other nifty tools like the ability to create several different styles of blank tracing lines.) If your usage case is commercial, you can pick up similar paid fonts for just a couple of dollars in places like Teachers Pay Teachers.