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AmericanElm Educational Tracing Board for Kids, Children can practice proper letter formation and develop their writing skills with this hands-on, natural solid wood alphabet tracing board. Younger children can simply use a finger to begin learning how to trace the letters, while older children who are ready for writing can use the included wooden stylus to develop the hand and finger strength required for a proper pencil grip. Perfectly sized to fit in a child’s lap, and lightweight enough for easy transport. Complete with a convenient groove for storing the stylus.
AmericanElm recognizes that a child’s potential for learning is greatest when provided with tactile, multisensory tools. A letter tracing board capitalizes on this concept by helping a child to develop visual memory while also training the muscles of the hand, until proper letter formation is mastered.
One side features lowercase letters for your child’s initial introduction to writing, while the other side includes capital letters to support the continued development of reading and writing.
This tracing board makes learning the and writing an interactive and fun experience. With every activity, your child will be able to naturally engage their senses, develop hand-eye coordination, motor skills, and experience.
Specification: Color: Wood Material: Birch Ply Size: Length x Width 20 x 10 cms, 3mm thick
Develop Sensory Skills: Helps little kids learn to grasp more infomation, form & recognise Lines. Practice logical thinking, hand-eye coordination and important concentration skills.
Durable & Sturdy: Made of natural rubberwood and eco-friendly paints,can be used repeatedly, the letter tracing board can through the toddler years.
Play with confidence: The inner edges of each of letter are smooth. Don’t worry when moving along with letter path with your finger or the provided wooden pencil.

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