PREMIUM RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: The tracing and the colouring of shapes assist beginning writers to manipulate writing tools and to perform different movement patterns. This resource helps young students developing emerging handwriting skills, to practise fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, visual discrimination and spatial awareness. The resource is perfect as a teacher modelling book, individual laminate sheets or a student booklet.
PREMIUM RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: A set of language instructions for the uppercase letters of the alphabet. The students are encouraged to say the elements as they write a letter. The combination of the elements makes a letter shape. The students then name the letter that they have written. For example: Tall sloping stick, tall sloping stick, bar. I have capital H.
PREMIUM RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: A set of language instructions for the sequence of pencil movements for the formation of each numeral. The resource includes a Number Language chart, a 0-9 directionality chart and a two digit number cartoon character poster displaying the number and number name.
PREMIUM RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: The number bookmarks are an excellent student goal setting resource. Students select the number they are practising. Each bookmark assists the student with the language of the digit shape and shows the sequence of movements for the digit. The students verbalise the movements as they write. The cards are a valuable Mathematics resource to consolidate number formation.