This series of Motor Letters - Upper Case provides visual, kinesthetic and tactile experiences that are needed to learn how to print. The button moves smoothly along the path of the letter allowing the child to control the movement and visually track the path of the movement. This original TAG design has been used in regular classrooms for over 20 years and has proven to be especially helpful to very young children and special needs children with motor deficits. By placing the index finger of the writing hand on the eye of the grommet, the child can easily follow along the path of the shape of each letter. Recommended Age: 36 months - 6 years
Product Features Teaches the child the actual muscular movements required to print. In coordinating visual tracking with hand movements, this multi-sensory approach helps the child form strong mental images of the nature of each of the letters. The underlying teaching method is called "patterning" whereby the child?s muscular movements are being "guided" by an external force, in this case the button moving along the path of each letter.
Product Dimensions: 12 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches; Letters 4 x 5 inches Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
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