I See You
For the child to be able to form letters and numbers correctly he needs to be able to interpret information coming into through his eyes and be able to put that down on paper. This is formally known as visual motor integration but here we will call it ‘I See You’.
I See You blogs
Indoor play building a blanket fort. Little M loves the thrill off building a fort and then snuggling up inside with her soft toys. She enters a world of imagination and comfort often reading to her [...]
Little M and Big Y were recently invited to a Lego party. I was secretly looking forward to it more than they were. From my previous Lego post you will remember that Lego is one [...]
The traditional slate chalkboard makes me think immediately of Little House on the Prairie and the original method of teaching letter and number and number formation. In our age of technology; schools have invested in white boards and tablets in the [...]
I think Lego is the most genius thing ever invented for children. I have memories of spending hours building with Lego. I couldn’t wait to get Big Y his first bucket of Lego and in [...]
Little M wanted to create something with playdough. She had recently done a lot of the traditional playdough play with rollers and cutters. I wanted to work on her finger dexterity and bilateral coordination. So I [...]