Schreibathlet

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Getting into the swing of writing!

Dear parents,
learning how to write is not always easy for children. In fact, for some it can be rather difficult. Since fine motor skills aren't yet fully developed in a young child, holding a writing utensil can lead to discomfort and cause their hand to cramp. This is unpleasant and frustrating for children and their parents alike. Beyond this, practicing writing with a child is time-consuming and thus takes a lot of patience.As a team of teachers, pupils and professors, we have developed the SCHREIBPILOT learning system to help children learn how to write. It is very effective and delivers quick results. In an intuitive and motivational way, the workbooks help children to develop fluent penmanship. The SCHREIBPILOT system features numbers and letters that are debossed, leaving depressed imprints on the pages of the workbooks. Children can playfully learn to write numbers and the letters of the alphabet by tracing the depressed imprints with a pencil. The depressed outlines of the letters – or numbers – perfectly guide a child's pencil and prevent it from slipping. The result is always perfect. Find out how easy and intuitive this learning method is on the following page. Have fun learning how to write! Your SCHREIBPILOT- Team

LEARNING SUCCESS IN 3 STEPS
Learning how to write is a very complex process that we hope to introduce to your child in an easy and playful way with the help of our SCHREIBPILOT learning system.The SCHREIBPILOT learning system is based on three important steps:
Step 1. Introduction and Support
The first pages feature various exercises for drawing curved lines. This promotes children's fine motor skills and helps them to guide their pencil properly. The following pages have letter templates with child-appropriate initial sound illustrations.Your child will be taking advantage of the SCHREIBPILOT method where their pencil is guided along the debossed letters. This helps your child to write letters withoutlifting their pencil or having it slip.

Step 2. Practice
In Step 1 your child learned to write complete letters. Now it's time to practice. In this section your child will trace alphabet letters of various sizes by connecting the dots.

Step 3. Independent writing
In this last step, your child will write the letters of the alphabet without a template and without a depressed imprint on the paper. Writing the letters independently will become more and more natural to your child.

Important notice: SCHREIBPILOT workbooks can be reused several times if using a pencil – and subsequently erased. The pencil used should be neither too soft nor too pointy so that the debossed outlines can easily be traced. An HB pencil is ideal for the purpose.

Additional practical tips for successful learning:
Initial sound illustraons (picture of animal, for example camel, flower, toy, etc.)To help your child learn holistically, appropriate images are shown for each letter of the alphabet. This helps your child to figure out the letter also based on sound. It promotes reading and writing skills at the same time. Letters with arrows as direconal indicators (Picture of letters that feature arrows showing the various writing directions)
Motivated children, contented parents: The effecve SCHREIBPILOT method provides guidance and support. Writing becomes something that happens all on its own!
Getting into the swing of writing! Dear parents, learning how to write is not always easy for children. In fact, for some it can be rather difficult. Since fine motor skills aren't yet fully developed in a young child, holding a writing utensil can lead to discomfort and cause their hand to cramp. This is unpleasant and frustrating for children and their parents alike. Beyond this, practicing writing with a child is time-consuming and thus takes a lot of patience.As a team of teachers, pupils and professors, we have developed the SCHREIBPILOT learning system to help children learn how to write. It is very effective and delivers quick results. In an intuitive and motivational way, the workbooks help children to develop fluent penmanship. The SCHREIBPILOT system features numbers and letters that are debossed, leaving depressed imprints on the pages of the workbooks. Children can playfully learn to write numbers and the letters of the alphabet by tracing the depressed imprints with a pencil. The depressed outlines of the letters – or numbers – perfectly guide a child's pencil and prevent it from slipping. The result is always perfect. Find out how easy and intuitive this learning method is on the following page. Have fun learning how to write! Your SCHREIBPILOT- Team LEARNING SUCCESS IN 3 STEPS Learning how to write is a very complex process that we hope to introduce to your child in an easy and playful way with the help of our SCHREIBPILOT learning system.The SCHREIBPILOT learning system is based on three important steps: Step 1. Introduction and Support The first pages feature various exercises for drawing curved lines. This promotes children's fine motor skills and helps them to guide their pencil properly. The following pages have letter templates with child-appropriate initial sound illustrations.Your child will be taking advantage of the SCHREIBPILOT method where their pencil is guided along the debossed letters. This helps your child to write letters withoutlifting their pencil or having it slip. Step 2. Practice In Step 1 your child learned to write complete letters. Now it's time to practice. In this section your child will trace alphabet letters of various sizes by connecting the dots. Step 3. Independent writing In this last step, your child will write the letters of the alphabet without a template and without a depressed imprint on the paper. Writing the letters independently will become more and more natural to your child. Important notice: SCHREIBPILOT workbooks can be reused several times if using a pencil – and subsequently erased. The pencil used should be neither too soft nor too pointy so that the debossed outlines can easily be traced. An HB pencil is ideal for the purpose. Additional practical tips for successful learning: Initial sound illustraons (picture of animal, for example camel, flower, toy, etc.)To help your child learn holistically, appropriate images are shown for each letter of the alphabet. This helps your child to figure out the letter also based on sound. It promotes reading and writing skills at the same time. Letters with arrows as direconal indicators (Picture of letters that feature arrows showing the various writing directions) Motivated children, contented parents: The effecve SCHREIBPILOT method provides guidance and support. Writing becomes something that happens all on its own!
1 x DINA 4 ring binder, 1 x pencil and 1 x eraser

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