Writing Without Reversing in One Week for Children Aged 4 to 6 years
Reversing the direction of numbers and letters is one of the most common challenges faced by children when they are first introduced to writing – so much so that it may take some children up to two years to overcome.
Writing without Reversing in One Week is a new educational book that presents a unique and effective approach to writing numbers and letters, resulting in a tremendous reduction of the common letter reversal downtime experienced by children aged 4 to 6 years.
The book’s title reflects the author’s very own experience with her son. Originated by the actual problem faced by Hatoum when her four-year-old son, Jude, started showing signs of struggle while writing letters and numbers, the idea of helping Jude overcome his problem in a fun based learning experience inspired a new promising approach that the author proactively put together, developed, and tested with great success.
It is a fascinating, exciting, and aspiring book, presented in a framework that will appeal to the minds of young learners and help them acquire the concept seamlessly, with minimal, if no effort at all, on behalf of the child.
Addressed to parents, teachers, and caregivers, the book presents a step-by-step detailed method of teaching children how to write letters and numbers, assisted by eye-catching colorful illustration and a supporting song to facilitate the learning process and make it easier to grasp for the young children. It aims to keep kids interested and engaged as they can see, discover, learn, sing, and practice in a fun learning experience.
The book addresses a problem faced by many kids at this age and yet still marginalized by the education system. This method explores the simple concepts of left and right, focusing on the few to learn the whole, the power of illustration, and the magic of music in making the information simple and accessible to these young learners.
Writing without Reversing in One Week is clever, witty, and fun. Both parents and teachers can enjoy singing the book’s song along with children while practicing. The book is available here on Amazon.com.
The book’s song, “Numbers and Letters… Find out what they like!” is performed by Hatoum’s children, Julia and Jude, and available on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TsvdLIj8I0