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Learning to write is almost as easy as learning to read. In fact, some children find it easier.

The reason is twofold:

1. Children can literally explode into writing, virtually without any instruction, if they have the right equipment and activities to develop pre-writing ability.

2. They find writing easier because they are expressing their own thoughts, while in reading they have to understand the thoughts of others.

The three aspects of writing:

How you write – The physical ability to control a pencil or crayon and later use them in a flowing text.
What you write – The ability to put thoughts on paper.
Getting it right – The ability to spell, punctuate and link sentences to make sense.

We provide activities designed to develop the very earliest pre-writing skills right through to full sentences and stories, and all of them are fun for you and your child.