Play Smart Learn to Write Workbook contains 80+ practice pages for children to learn to practice basic lines, letters, numbers, and shapes. Step-by-step practice from the basic lines does not make children feel stressed, and the colorful illustrations inspire the child to write more!What is a Play Smart Learn to Write Workbook?
·This workbook helps children learn how to write letters in the appropriate steps according to their growth and can be used for all developmental stages, from children who are just starting to practice holding a pencil to those who want to learn to write letters correctly.
·Plenty of illustrations are included to assist the child in visualizing the connection between letters and words. The colorful design as well as the fun illustrations nurture a child's desire to write more letters.
·Each page includes tips written by early childhood experts to help you learn how to build your child’s motivation, confidence, and skills.
·When your child finishes each activity, let them choose a reward sticker
to put on the page.
What’s Play Smart Workbooks?
- Over 50 million Play Smart Workbooks sold worldwide.
- Educational method with over 70 years of experience.
- Age appropriate activities: Activities are carefully developed to match the level of specific age group.
- Step-by-step method: The instruction and the activity gradually get challenging throughout the workbook.
- Wide variety of activities: Variety of activities from different approaches help children strengthen critical thinking skills and creativity, which help them to be able to solve practical problems on their own. It also helps keep their interest and focus.
- Stickers: Uses stickers within the context of certain activities and also as rewards for completed work to keep children motivated.
- 4 colors throughout the book with variety of fun illustrations: The cute and colorful illustrations engage children in activities. Fun illustrations help children understand the activities without reading the instructions.
- Support children’s learning: “To Parents” sections explain the effective ways for parents to support children’s learning.
- School readiness: Children can acquire basic academic skills before entering preschool.