School Zone Cursive Writing & Drawing Tablet Workbook
96 activity pages + 28 stickers
For ages 7+
7.75" x 10.875" pages with durable glossy cover and sturdy backing that creates a writing surface
2nd and 3rd graders will learn and practice cursive handwriting skills on 7/8 ruled paper
Horizontal, landscape-oriented pages offer plenty of space for writing and drawing practice
Detailed illustrations spark the imagination and help with focus
Top bound pad with easy-tear pages for individual worksheets
Portable and perfect for on-the-go learning!
EXCELLENT- Do your kids need extra practice with cursive writing? Give them their very own Cursive Writing & Drawing Tablet. Traceable letters, words, and sentences will help kids master this lovely, swirly-curly writing on their own. The tablet also includes some playful, traceable scenes for coloring, and leaves room for drawing on most of the other pages. Although children learn keyboarding skills early these days, cursive is alive and well some states even mandate instruction in it. Research suggests that handwriting continues to help with expressing ideas and boosting fine motor skills. This tablet features 7/8" ruled paper for accurate letter placement, writing and drawing activities, tear-away sheets, and a page of colorful reward sticker stickers. It also lies flat for ease of use and has a thick sheet of cardboard insert inside the back cover that makes it possible to use the tablet while holding it in one's lap. Great for traveling!
WORKBOOKS FOR KIDS- Writing in workbook pages, as opposed to typing on a computer, can help kids to focus and to learn. Writing by hand fires up specific areas of a child's brain, improving a child's ability to not only remember what he or she learns but to think of new ideas.
Our learning materials have helped educate three generations of kids, creating life-long learners, and the legacy continues. Digital content, flash cards, workbooks, readers, toys and games—all are crafted through a child’s eyes, while integrating parent and teacher standards.
Writing by Hand Improves Memory
Writing in workbook pages, as opposed to typing on a computer, can help kids focus and learn. Writing by hand fires up specific areas of a child's brain, improving the ability to both remember what he or she learns and to think of new ideas.
Kids and parents who use our flash cards for practice testing are using one of the most effective learning techniques available. A hundred years of research shows practice testing is highly likely to boost retention.
Reading Has Lifelong Benefits
A love of reading has been proven to have far-reaching benefits for children, emotionally and academically. And children who enjoy reading become confident readers and read more often.
Kids Love Technology
School Zone’s digital content supports children’s learning goals by enhancing problem-solving and critical thinking, as well as reinforcing skills through multisensory activities. It also improves language skills, increases motivation to stay on task, and stimulates curiosity and imagination.
Publisher :School Zone Publishing (December 7, 2018)