Blocks are used to guide students to proper letter and number formation. If the lettering does not fill a block, or if it goes outside of the block, the student erases and tries again. Self-correction is easy with this system that inspires self-confidence.
Good penmanship takes practice, and this dry-erase board is a great early step. Green blocks guide students to form lower-case letters, and the white boxes guide students to form upper-case letters and lower-case tails.
Sometimes adults must re-learn writing skills after an accident, brain injury, or stroke. The large blocks are sometimes used as the first step in recovering writing motor skills. Eventually, smaller blocks can be introduced as conditions improve.
Channie’s is known for visual learning materials to make learning and teaching easy and fun for teachers, parents, and most importantly, kids.
Quick improvement is often reported by teachers and parents alike with children’s handwriting and for quickly building a better and more solid math foundation.
Here are 4 reasons why Channie’s Visual Writing Pads are so effective?
1 – Blocks for consistent letter size;2 – Double vertical lines to guide proper spacing;3 – Middle green shade helps in lowercase placement and writing in straight lines; and4 – The ability to self-correct when writing outside the lines.