100B. NEW Personalised Ocean Ready for Prep Handwriting Pack - Step 3, 4
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Pre-Orders: Posted Tuesday July 17th 2018. Use the code PREORDER for 20% off, valid till 8pm WST Friday 13th!
Prep Level - 5 years old +
Personalised name in trace and outline font: Recognise and practice writing first and last name on dotted thirds
Uppercase and lowercase Alphabet in outline font: Recognise and practice writing letters in both upper and lower case fonts. on dotted thirds.
1- 20 in outline font: Recognise and practice writing numbers 1 to 20 on dotted thirds.
Number of the Day: Choose a number under 20; write it as a word, fill in the number facts, count out and colour in the stars and decide if it is an odd or even number.
Number Grid: Recognise patterns and practice writing numbers 1-100. Practice skip counting, colour in or circle numbers with a five or two (for example) and look for patterns. Great tool for learning time tables in later years too.
Patterns - What Comes Next?: A pre-algebra skill. Learn to look for and recognise patterns with the ocean creatures and dots. Finish off the pattern for each line.
Addition: Count out the sea creatures and add them together.
Counting and Grouping - How Many: Scan the page (pre-reading skill) for the required dots and/or sea creatures. Count them up and add them together.
Memory/Snap Games: Cut out the cards to play a variety of matching games including memory and snap.
Dominoes: Match colours and ocean creatures while learning and practicing social skills such as turn taking when playing with 2 or more players.
Printed on unique plastic stock that is more durable than laminate.
HOW TO CLEAN: Wipe clean with a baby wipe or damp cloth and start again!
CHOOSE THE RIGHT TEXTA: Use with a washable marker (we recommend Crayola), not a whiteboard marker as the oils will ruin the prints.
FONT: It is important to make sure that you choose the right font when ordering your Letter Basics wipe clean handwriting guides.
Each school in Australia can choose which font they use. For example, schools in WA use predominantly Victorian (with the silly ticks and open 'b' and 'p' or New South Wales Font. In saying that, many schools are now using the South Australian 'bat and ball' font too.
If you are not sure and not able to check with your local school, we recommend choosing NSW font or SA font as these are the simplest fonts to learn.