Alphabet 8's Chart (Brain Gym Kinaesthetic Learning)
Alphabet 8's Chart (Brain Gym Kinaesthetic Learning)
Alphabet 8's Chart (Brain Gym Kinaesthetic Learning)

Alphabet 8's Chart (Brain Gym Kinaesthetic Learning)

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This A3 size charts, is a visual reminder and kinesthetic teaching aid for the Alphabet 8s activity.

Used for integrating the movements Involved in writing.  The Alphabet 8s Chart is a hands-on teaching aid, designed so that children can use their fingers to trace the letters of the alphabet right on the chart. The word ‘alphabet’ comes from the root words of ‘alpha’ and ‘beta’. Once we put together the ‘alpha’ and ‘beta’ shapes of the Lazy 8, we can easily learn the whole alphabet. Youngsters who learn to read or write backwards often can’t see what they are doing wrong. As these students physically follow the letter, their visual confusion is resolved.

The 26 Brain Gym® activities are used in more than 80 countries and the books and manuals have been translated into 40 plus languages.  Brain Gym is taught throughout the world by hundreds of Certified instructors and by countless practitioners, educators, teachers, special need providers, coaches, trainers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, parents, students, and everyday people such as yourself. With all the new research into the correlation between brain function and movement, it is clear to see why these activities have worked so well for so many.


  • Condition: NEW Item
  • Laminted A3 Chart:  Full Colour
  • Author: John Hargrove Designs / Brain Gym
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hearts at Play. inc
  • Product Size: 29.7 × 42.0 mm
  • Ethical Check: sent local

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