Mum’s Wine HQ picks up a Write Size Pencil!

Does your child struggle with his/ her writing? Do you want to give your child the best start in developing writing skills?

If so, take a look at these Write Size pencils, they come in three different sizes for different age ranges. Write Size pencils have been perfectly manufactured for little hands making holding the pencil and writing much more comfortable. The width and length make them easier to hold, stopping oscillation and therefore the skill of writing is developed quicker.

They have great durability being made from high quality graphite, reducing breakage and need for sharpening as often. The ergonomic shape promotes soft grip and less pressure resulting in a prolonged lifespan and making writing more enjoyable on little hands. These pencils were featured on hit show ‘Dragons Den’

I have received some samples of these to try with my little ones 4 & 7 which meant we were able to try two of the three different sizes out.

My eldest has never been one for writing and we’ve discussed this with his teachers as he really needs to develop his handwriting. So this was the perfect opportunity to give him something to help mummy test.

He was certainly eager to help but I think he certainly seemed more comfortable and found it easier to write with Write Size pencil. He sat for longer than usual and on checking his work, it looked tidier than any I had seen previously.  A real bonus!He even asked if he could take them with him to use in school so they must of been a hit!

I am happy he has found something that will now help him improve his writing skills in the long term and make it easier for him to put pencil to paper.

The youngest is a huge lover of writing and drawing so needed no persuading to get involved, she took to the pencils straight away and sat for a long time. I think these will really help her develop her already blossoming writing ability.

The Write Size pencils come in different sizes according to age. 2-6 for the littlies to get them used to holding and gripping a pencil, an important development stage, 6-10 for learners which is an important time to develop skills and establish good handwriting and gain confidence in their writing, and 10+ for more established hand writers to develop further and improve and perform better in exams as writing is more legible and therefore helping deliver good grades.

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