Among all the things children learn at kindergarten, most parents and teachers have a hard time in teaching children to hold a pencil and write. That is why Toothy Buddies has taken the lead in putting forward a set of teaching materials to develop writing skills. Write Dance class is widely regarded in Europe and America, so we have modified and improved the content for local parents and teachers, hoping to offer new ways and different perspectives in teaching children to write.
In classrooms, teachers can implement age-oriented and interesting multi-sensory activities which develop students’ gross motor skills, fine motor skills and visual perceptual skills. Extending learning to the home, parents with the same beliefs can also implement parent-children activities that are both wholesome and fun.
In fact, learning to write doesn’t necessarily mean working on handwriting worksheets with tears in your eyes, if you only know the underlying principles. In these e-books, a Hong Kong Registered Occupational Therapist explains the multi-sensory principles behind Write Dance, so that you can come up with practical but enjoyable writing activities for your children.
Our parents’ guidebooks outline the developmental stages of both sides of the brain as well as gross and fine motor skills. A set of home activities are suggested to develop children’s coordination of their gross and fine motor muscles, shaping up stronger bodies and more importantly, developing an upright and stable writing posture. Some of them are bilateral and cross midline activities enable your child build up both sides of the brain, and use their dominant hand with skillful coordination. The activities in this book can be adjusted in terms of level of difficulty; parents may tailor made a private curriculum for your children accordingly.
Multi-sensory learning is widely adopted around the globe! This teaching method is not just beneficial to children with all learning styles, but also reinforces their learning by stimulating various senses. The Write Dance curriculum that we have developed teaches children to write by using multi-sensory 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!