Prior to starting school my children would practise writing their name. Not all of them mastered it, but they would enjoy giving it a go. At our kindergarten the kids have name tags with their photo on it they put in their lockers each morning so they start to recognise their own names. I would often see them practising their writing, they’re never too young to encourage this if they seem ready.
Following the success of Anna Kovecses’ vocabulary builder, One Thousand Things, comes a book of handwriting exercises for children to learn to write their first words. Stylish illustrations accompany ledger lines with ghost-written, print-style letters, providing a fun way to reinforce important early skills.
One Hundred Words guides and shows you correct pencil grips, has exercises to trace straight lines as well as diagonal ones, has activities to trace shapes, letters and numbers and has counting questions your early learners can work on. Erase them so you can practise time and time again!
One Hundred Words has a RRP of $18.99 and can be purchased online here.
Thanks to Allen & Unwin I have 3 copies to give away.
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Entry is open to Australian residents only
Entries open 4pm 15.4.16 and close 4pm 22.4.16 AEST
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3 winners will each receive a copy of One Hundred Words RRP $18.99
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