Writing provides creative play activities for emergent writers. Its exciting themes contain cross-cultural activities that cover the basics of early writing within four chapters: mechanics; writing for a purpose; names, labels and captions; and letters & words. Writing skills are explored in a fun way both indoors and outdoors, producing a colourful diplay for each theme. The activities build on young children's awareness of print and encourage purposeful practice in early writing skills through play.
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