Mother’s Day competition

February 24, 2016 | STABILO


Dads! Get out the colouring pencils and corall the kids into making their own Mother’s Day cards this year. Our Mother’s Day colour-in templates ensure minimal fuss, maximum output. We’ve got one for the little ones to colour and another to challenge the older children – they’ll need to finish the drawing before colouring it in and adding [...]

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Handwriting support for dyslexia

December 19, 2014 | STABILO


Dyslexia literally means 'difficulty with words' in Greek and occurs independently of intelligence. People with dyslexia often have difficulties with processing information. As a result, coordinating the cognitive, linguistic and motor processes in order to translate the pattern of written letters and numbers to recreate them on paper is some [...]

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Spooky STABILO

October 24, 2014 | STABILO


Halloween is all about dressing up and enjoying the scariest day of the year. Why not let your children create their own costumes with our spooky STABILO monster masks? Your mask could win you a fantastic STABILO prize! (more…)

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Writing Styles

September 11, 2014 | STABILO


How handwriting is taught in England Across the UK, different approaches are taken to providing guidelines for teaching. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is used for supporting pre-school and Reception children while the National Curriculum regulates learning for all school-age children in state schools across England, while in Wale [...]

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How to turn scribbles into letters

September 5, 2014 | STABILO


Scribbling is the earliest form of learning to write. Although every child will master the art of writing in their own time, encouraging your child to write in any form will help their development. The random squiggles your child makes as a toddler will gradually evolve to become recognisable as letters and shapes. (more…)

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From iPads to pencils

September 1, 2014 | STABILO


6 handy hints to help your child ditch the ipad for a pencil Children are drawn to the shiny colourful screens of iPads. There are a huge number of apps out there that can be beneficial for children learning, for example vocabulary, maths and even learning to read. (more…)

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