Designed by occupational therapists, the pack presents an early childhood approach to motor development and letter formation.
$300.00 $255.00 ex. GST $280.50 Incl. GST
An activity guide that focuses upon fine and gross motor skill development in readiness for handwriting
This guide continues to prepare children, aged 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 years, for the demands of handwriting
A program for 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 year olds focusing on the six basic patterns that form the basis of all alphabet letters.
A supplemental resource targeting letter formation in early childhood available in Cursive or Foundation font
This item can be found in these categoriesBundlesMovement & MotorFine & Gross MotorHandwritingPre-Writing3 & 4 year old5 year old
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