WriteRight: abc Letters and Numbers (Alternative Print on Lines)


WriteRight: abc Letters and Numbers (Alternative Print on Lines)

  • item code: WR-BBTS002-1

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Important Note The Standard Print WriteRight products are generally recommended for learners in the Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal Provinces, whilst this Alternative Print product is generally recommended for learners in the Western Cape and Free State Provinces of South Africa. If you are unsure which font is being taught at your child's school please check before purchasing these products.

Give your child's handwriting and confidence a boost with this great WriteRight set which comprises of two boards - a lower case alphabet board and a number 0-10 board. Both boards have lines on them to assist your child with letter formation and learning the correct position of the letters and number either on, above or below the line. The boards also have an arrow indicator to help guide children to form the letters and numbers correctly.

This set comes in a sturdy carry bag and each board has a WriteRight pencil attached to it.

This product promotes the correct formation of letters and numbers during the early handwriting stage and focuses on developmental components such as fine motor, cognitive and perceptual skills.

Letter Board - 240mm x 210mm
Number Board - 300mm x 55mm

Please Note Colours of the boards may vary from images supplied due to the variety in these learning packs.


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This product can assist in developing the following key skills...

This product helps to develop Sensory Skills which are key building blocks in a child’s development and influence every activity that a child does. Opportunities to engage in sensory activities help a child’s brain to process all the information it is receiving from their senses, and respond in an appropriate way. Our senses include: smell (olfactory); taste (gustatory); sound (auditory); touch (tactile); seeing (visual); movement (vestibular) and joint position / deep pressure (proprioception).

Children develop sensory skills as early as in utero and continue to refine these skills well into their childhood years. Exploration and exposure to a variety of different sensations and sensory experiences is very important for a person’s overall development.

This product can help develop Gross Motor Skills by improving co-ordination and muscle strength to assist a child with gross motor tasks such as walking, running, jumping and climbing. The large muscles of our bodies in our arms (biceps and triceps) and legs (hamstrings and quadriceps) are responsible for helping us perform these actions successfully, and therefore these muscles need to be strong. An important factor in developing gross motor skills is good postural control. A strong and stable core (stomach and back muscles) helps one achieve successful movement of the limbs.

Gross motor skills begin developing from a very early age and continue to develop all through childhood, culminating in a person being able to ride a bike without training wheels and swing themselves independently on a swing.

This product can develop a child’s Fine Motor Skills by improving the strength and co-ordination of small muscle groups to achieve a task. The small muscles around the mouth (lips, tongue etc.) are important for speech and eating, and those in a child’s hands help them to perform different grips such as tripod (the correct pencil grip) and pincer (thumb and index finger grip) to achieve tasks. Fine motor skills of the hand develop fully later on in childhood, but start with full, open hand grasping of toys as babies and culminate in a perfect tripod pencil grip when they are writing neatly at school.

Finally, scissor skills are also important fine motor skills that require the co-ordination of fingers on one hand to open and close the scissors while the other hand holds the material being cut. Using both hands together in this way to achieve a task is known as bilateral-coordination.

This product helps children develop their independence by focussing on aspects of Self Care. Getting dressed in the morning and doing up zips, buttons and laces requires good gross and fine motor skills. Brushing teeth and hair as well as toileting skills all require good body and self awareness which is promoted by encouraging self care skills.

Learning to feed oneself using cutlery (spoon, knife and fork) is a large step towards finding independence. In order to assist children to become independent, self confident little people, developing self care skills are very important.

This product can assist in developing a child’s Perceptual Skills which determine how a child’s brain receives, organises and interprets what they are seeing (visual sensory information). Perceptual skills are the ones we use for activities such as completing a puzzle and writing, as well as understanding concepts such as colour, size and number recognition.

More complex concepts such as knowing one’s left from right side of their body (right-left discrimination), being able to recognise complete objects from incomplete ones (visual closure) and remembering visual stimuli over a short and long term period (visual memory), all fall under the category of perceptual skills.

This product can facilitate the development of Cognitive Skills which include how a child’s brain develops, stores, recalls and reacts to their environment. Concentration, attention and listening skills all impact on a child’s cognitive and learning ability, and this product encourages children to develop those key areas.

Problem solving, memory skills and sequencing (the order in which things happen) of tasks are very important cognitive skills to develop as a child grows up.

  • Posture - Make sure child's feet are flat on the floor and that they are sitting correctly in a chair at a desk when using these writing boards. The board must be in front of the child in the middle and they must cross their mid-line (i.e. their writing arm must move across the middle of their body from right to left and back again) to complete the board.
  • Letter Awareness - Playing games like 'I spy with my little eye...' helps children identify which letter a word starts with. The child can then point the correct starting letter out on the alphabet board.
  • Sensory - Writing letters in shaving foam on a mirror, or with finger paint on paper helps increase awareness of letter formation in a fun way whilst giving sensory feedback to the hands and muscles.
  • Number Awareness - Counting songs such as 'One, two, three, four, five, once I caught a fish alive...' can help children with number recognition and awareness as they use their fingers to count while singing the song.
  • Letter and Number Fun - Write alphabet letters and numbers on blocks of DUPLO LEGO and encourage your child to place the letter and numbers in the correct sequence. For older children, words can be made or maths problems can be solved using this fun method of learning.

Most orders take 3-5 days to deliver and are dependent on where we are delivering to. Outlying areas can take longer than city centres. Please allow up to 10 working days for delivery.

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Cindy R., South Africa05 November 2014

Excellent for introducing writing


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I was very pleased to find this product as my four year daughter uses these at the Montessori pre-school that she is at. I like to be able to bring some of their methods of learning into our home & it is nice that she is familiar with it.

Jane J., South Africa10 August 2016

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My son absolutely loves his writing boards...it's the first thing he asks for when we get home at night.