The Write Idea
Your kid’s a pro at working touch screens. They might have printing blocky letters down, too. Help them take the next step in building written communication skills with Suba Jagannathan’s handcrafted maple cursive tracing board. Through researching educational philosophies and teaching toys, Suba learned that the benefits of cursive writing go beyond being able to draft pretty letters. Memorizing the movements required to produce script actually helps children build fine motor skills.
By following the guiding arrows to trace over the upper and lowercase letters etched in the wood, little learners will start to understand the cursive alphabet. Tracing with fingers is a great way to start, and the included wooden “pencil” (a small dowel with no messy ink or lead) lets kids take the next step to practice pen movements. A bonus for parents? The board looks so nice, you won’t mind if it doesn’t always make it back into the toy box. Handmade in Vancouver, Washington.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.