Large Wooden Alphabet Red & Blue in a beech wood box.
Research has shown early years use should be simple unadorned letterforms.
Full cursive is only to be introduced when the child has the necessary skills that take time to develop and are more natural to girls than boys.
The Large Wooden Alphabet forms are simple to visualize and easy to convert into motor traces.
The letters are practiced in ‘movement families’ with other letters which are formed using similar movements.
Once the child has understood where each letter starts and ends, the transition from one to the next becomes very natural.
5 of each consonant and 10 of each vowel.