The Write Dance curriculum that we have developed teaches children to write by using multisensory experiences. Discover which type of sensory learners your children are, provide them with the appropriate learning aids, and make learning fun for both of you!
The activities in this book can be adjusted in terms of level of difficulty, bridging the communication between the left and right sides of the brain, and stimulating visual, spatial and direction perception skills. So that children can write or draw accurately with speed.
One popular multi-sensory learning method in Europe and America is Write Dance, where children receive pre-writing training. Learning to write doesn’t necessarily mean working on handwriting worksheets with tears in your eyes, if you only know the underlying principles.
Write Dance was developed in 1980 by Ms. Ragnhild A. Oussoren, a Dutch Graphologist. It is designed to develop children's motor skills and lay strong foundation in handwriting. Oussoren believes that an enjoyable learning atmosphere and the experience in spatial and visual perception are conducive to the development of motor muscles which are essential for better penmanship.
Improved by a Hong Kong Registered Occupational Therapist, our Write Dance programme includes various practices on visual perception training and the elementary strokes commonly encountered at kindergarten stages, making the programme more comprehensive and effective.
Considering the needs of growing children kids, we are devoted to maximize their learning through stimulating their visual, auditory, tactile, kinesthetic, vestibular, and other different sensory channels!