Designed in partnership with renowned educationalist Dr Angela Webb, ‘Pegs to Paper’ offers a completely novel approach to early years learning. These unique materials help to enhance fine motor skills when manipulated through exploratory play. In addition, the resources have been specially designed to be used throughout the ‘Pegs to Paper’ programme – establishing the fundamental skills which underpin handwriting and literacy; such as handwriting grip, pen control, language development and spatial awareness. The programme includes easy to follow work cards and instruction videos to support the practitioner every step of the way. Guaranteed to close the gap, build solid foundations and raise standards, this ‘all-in-one’ resource is an absolute must for any early years environment. Also effective for supporting SEND and EAL pupils from ages 3-11. Watch this short video to learn more.
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The all-in-one early years resource designed to establish the fundamental skills which underpin handwriting and literacy, build solid foundations and develop fine motor skills through exploratory play. Targeted for ages 3-5 years, plus extension SEN activities for ages 5+ years. Includes resources for 1 table of 4 children. Recommended quantity: 1 x box for a nursery group. 1-4 x boxes per school classroom.View the Pegs to Paper set
See the impact that Pegs to Paper has had with our customers:
Watch Catalina’s primary school video testimonial.
“We have only used the programme for a couple of weeks but can see the progress already.”
Catalina, Primary Teacher
Watch Lucy’s home learning testimonial video.
“I can see for myself that I am building his vocabulary, his handwriting technique, his fine motor skills and his spatial awareness.”
Lucy Watson, ITV Presenter.
Watch Nina’s Early Years video testimonial.
“The Pegs to Paper resources enhance the other things that we do in the setting, so for us it’s really exciting.”
Nina Myszkowski, Head of Early Years
Watch Helen’s primary school video testimonial.
“The physical development particularly for boys as well as their desire to go to writing activities has really increased.”
Helen Sowden, Primary Head Teacher
“The evidence-based program guarantees visible improvement in early years learning within 6 weeks.”
Aspirer Research SchoolRead the full testimonial
“We have noticed a huge difference in the children’s pencil hold and during mark making activities the children are beginning to form recognisable shapes.”
Rosary BarBar Nursery – StroudRead the full testimonial
“These resources are carefully considered and support long-lasting learning of some of the more challenging skills and concepts in literacy and mathematics.”
Judy Shaw – National Association of Head Teachers President 2019-2020