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New monthly activity packs to help kids aged 3-6 learn to write

by Stu » Fri May 22, 2020 7:55 am


With home schooling becoming part of the norm, one innovative company has set up a new monthly subscription service to help parents teach their children to write and make the process easier, faster and more fun.

The new Love Writing Academy service has been developed by the highly-rated Love Writing Co. whose specially designed, age appropriate writing and erasable colouring pencils and highly engaging activity books have been shown to improve writing ability amongst 95% of children in classrooms studies.

Created in collaboration with early years teachers, each monthly pack contains 20 activity sheets, 24 reward stickers and an introduction for parents that tracks along with the curriculum.  Best of all the first month is completely free!

To keep kids engaged the Love Writing Academy also features more than 30 cartoon characters that provide helpful hints and tips along the way including Rory the lion, Archie the bear and Telly the jellyfish.

Those signing up in May, will receive 20 free activity sheets, followed by a monthly delivery of reward stickers and activities for just £6.49 per month, with the option of cancelling at any time.

Surlender Pendress, mum of two and co-founder of Love Writing Co., said: “We are a relatively new business as we only set up in September last year however, we’ve had a huge response from parents and children on our learning to write activity books and specially designed pencils particularly during lockdown.

“One of the things kids love the most is receiving the packs through the post and having a workbook that is just for them. With more and more schoolwork by necessity moving online we wanted to ensure we could get some physical learning materials out to families on a regular basis, along with the reward stickers and incentives children would be receiving if they were at school.

“All of the Love Writing Academy activities are brand new, so it makes a perfect follow on to our two handwriting and alphabet practice books.”