These clever writing tools tactilely and visually cue children on how much space to leave between letters and words when they write.
This credit card sized writing tool features a “tracking window” for reading that accentuates black print, a mini ruler for measuring, and an arrow that cues left-to-right reading directionality!
The Finger Spacer is a tool for spacing between letters and words. The one finger allows for tight and proportional spacing on the page. Additional uses include a tracking window, an arrow for directionality, transparency, highlights and clarifies black lettering while minimizing the white background of the page, and also has a ruled side for measuring or tracing a straight line.
Finger Spacer Guides:
One finger between words; two between sentences. Many handwriting programs teach this rule when students are just beginning to write. Once the lines get narrower, this rule no longer works. For the child who tends to crowd their words on a page, this little tool can be a big help. The small, flat, flexible plastic cards can even fit in a pocket.