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Websites to help kids learn to write

Young primary school aged kids are at the best stage in life to get a good grasp on a language. For this reason, its important that kids get a good introduction to language at an early age. Lots of kids struggle with Irish all the way through school, so why not help your kids out by introducing them to a few helpful apps and websites that may just make that struggle a little easier.

While there isn’t a huge range of sites to choose from, here are a few that may be useful in helping the kids with their homework, or just improving their Irish in general:

For parents of children aged 0 – 12 yrs. Includes audio &video content to support parents with literacy difficulties.
A useful resource for kids to learn how to write Higher & Lower case letters, numbers, words and shapes online!
Whatever happened to the art of handwriting. This site lets you create custom handwriting practice worksheets.
Gill Education has provided Over the Moon English resources for junior infants to second class children on their site



(05/09/2018 13:31)

Im looking for advice or where to get help to help my son with his physical writing skills.

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