$75.00 ex. GST$82.50 incl. GST
A supplemental resource targeting letter formation in early childhood available in Cursive or Foundation font
Developed by an Occupational Therapist, this easy-to-use resource contains an early childhood approach to developing positive letter formation skills. Available in both a cursive and foundation font.
- The process commences by targeting letter formation in a “big way” on A3 sheets, then progresses to A4 sized letter formation
before mini letters
- Each activity provides scripted instructions for the supporting adult
- Additional information on pencil grip, posture, positioning of paper etc.
- Available in Cursive or Foundation fonts
- Instruction manual (264 pages)
National Curriculum Statement Click to reveal
Creating texts - Handwriting - Developing a fluent, legible handwriting style, beginning with unjoined letters and moving to joined handwriting
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