Magnetic Letter Mazes - Uppercase

Magnetic Letter Mazes - Uppercase
AGMT14733

Product code: AGMT14733

GBP109.99
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Product Description

Encourage children to learn letter shapes with this set of 26 A-Z letter mazes. Each uppercase letter maze has a clear view plastic panel and integrated magnetic ball. Children use the attached pen to follow the shape of the number, developing key recognition, fine motor and formation skills. Each maze is 150 x 100 mm. Comes with sturdy wooden storage tray.

Learning Outcomes:

Writing

• Writing depends on fluent, legible and, eventually, speedy handwriting.

Year 1

• Pupils’ writing during year 1 will generally develop at a slower pace than their reading. This is because they need to develop the physical skill needed for handwriting.

Year 1 Handwriting

Pupils should be taught to:

• begin to form lower-case letters in the correct direction, starting and finishing in the right place

• form capital letters

• understand which letters belong to which handwriting ‘families’ and to practise these.

Year 1

• Handwriting requires frequent and discrete, direct teaching. Pupils should be able to form letters correctly and confidently.

Year 2

• Children should be able to form individual letters correctly, so establishing good handwriting habits from the beginning.

GBP109.99
GBP131.99 inc VAT
In stock

Encourage children to learn letter shapes with this set of 26 A-Z letter mazes. Each uppercase letter maze has a clear view plastic panel and integrated magnetic ball. Children use the attached pen to follow the shape of the number, developing key recognition, fine motor and formation skills. Each maze is 150 x 100 mm. Comes with sturdy wooden storage tray.

Learning Outcomes:

Writing

• Writing depends on fluent, legible and, eventually, speedy handwriting.

Year 1

• Pupils’ writing during year 1 will generally develop at a slower pace than their reading. This is because they need to develop the physical skill needed for handwriting.

Year 1 Handwriting

Pupils should be taught to:

• begin to form lower-case letters in the correct direction, starting and finishing in the right place

• form capital letters

• understand which letters belong to which handwriting ‘families’ and to practise these.

Year 1

• Handwriting requires frequent and discrete, direct teaching. Pupils should be able to form letters correctly and confidently.

Year 2

• Children should be able to form individual letters correctly, so establishing good handwriting habits from the beginning.

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