Posting ID : A1068512206
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : Baby Kid Stuff By Owner
Sandpaper Letters are an optional tactile aid to help teach children how to write the English alphabet. SWR Lowercase Cursive Sandpaper Letters was created by sandpaperletters.com with the help of Wanda Sanseri, author of Spell to Write and Read (SWR). SWR Cursive Sandpaper Letters have guidelines, a starting point at the base line, a red stopping point at 2 o'clock on the clock letters (a, c, d, g, qu, o), and end connectors. The base for each letter is a 5" x 3" piece of pine with a white top finish. The letters themselves are color coded. The vowels are blue and the consonants are green. Because Y is both a vowel and a consonant, we have two copies of the Y, one in blue and one in green. I have used the letters in the traditional way where the student says the sound(s) of the letter and then, using two fingers, traces the shape on the sandpaper letter starting with the point on the base line.