What is it
I learn ‘to write’ is a teaching aid that helps children learn to write letters and words. All the exercises have been carefully chosen and are in line with the curriculum of four-year-old children. Children write on the wipe-off board then turn on the light to check their accuracy.
In the lightbox suitcase you will find 20 wipe-off cards, with 94 exercises on with 5 different levels: motor-skill exercises, learn to write numbers, capital letters, small letters and words. All cards, pen and sponge can be neatly packed away in the handy carry case, so children can easily take the game when on the move. With ‘I learn to write’ you can practise at home what you learn at school!
The games that your child can play with the ‘I Learn to write’ are; Preparatory exercises for practicing writing skills, learn how to write the numbers 0 to 9 and learning to write the letters A-Z (for older or more experienced children). The cards suit a range of abilities and being progressively more challenging, in order to continue developing children’s skills further.
Learn to write letters and words in a fun educational way. The easy-to-use lightbox ensures that children can practice independently at home. There are 20 wipeable activity cards with 94 exercises on 5 increasing levels to enjoy playing with. Everything stows away neatly in the handy travel and storage case.
What our team of testers said
"Look at my numbers, I did them all. I can tell the teacher when we get back to school." - Girl aged 4
"I drew the bear, he has a honey like Winnie the Pooh." - Boy aged 5
- Supports emergent writers
- Practises number and letter formation
- Develops fine motor control
What our experts think
The ‘I learn to Write’ set is a great way to support early writing skills; our little testers loved using the light-box to check their writing. One of our younger testers enjoyed carrying out the activities while her older siblings were engaged in their school homework – it really did make learning fun for her!
Most of the children only needed help on their first use and then were able to use the set independently. Parents were impressed with the variety of activities in the set; the children could develop a range of emergent writing skills (including letters and numbers). It also meant that the children did not get bored and could return to the set on numerous occasions. The carry case was hard for the children to open, but we did like the fact that it all packed neatly away.
- RRP: £19.99
- Brands: Jumbo Games
- Key Features:
- Battery Operated
- Toy Types: Homeschool Resources
- Types of skills developed: English
Fine motor skills
Learning to write
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Pincer grip and writing
Speech, language and communication skills