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The P2P range is a family of products comprising of ‘Pegs to Paper’ for literacy and ‘P2P Count Up’ for numeracy. The focus of the activities are centred around copying patterns onto pegboards.
From letter formation to early number sense, the products help to enhance all basic cognitive processes for mastering skills of literacy and numeracy, while forming strong connections in the brain which stimulate learning.
Dr Angela Webb, a former primary school head teacher, who is a child psychologist and board member of the national Handwriting Association has been an instrumental player in developing the P2P range.
Christina Wood, a lead school improvement advisor for mathematics has also had a key role in developing the support material for the numeracy section ‘P2P Count Up’.
Helen, head teacher at Ann Edwards Primary School recalls: “One of the biggest differences we noted was the increased engagement by all pupils but particularly boys to the resources. The physical development as well as their desire to go to writing activities has really increased.”
The Giant Pegboard was on display in an exhibition at the British Library called ‘Writing: Making Your Mark’ last summer. It was included as an example of one of the modern ways in which handwriting is taught today.
At a glance
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Pegs to Paper: Step 1 Linking Pegboard Pattern Cards
Pegs to Paper: Step 2 Giant Pegboard Pattern Cards
Pegs to Paper: Step 3 Link & Lace Board Pattern Cards
P2P Count Up: Exploring Numbers 1-5
P2P Count Up: Exploring Numbers 1-10
Dr Angela Webb describes some of the theory behind ‘P2P’
Read Angela’s article on the British Library website on why hand-writing is still essential in the keyboard age.
Lucy talks about the benefits of using ‘Pegs to Paper’ to homeschool her 4 year old son.
Headteacher Helen Sowden at Ann Edwards Primary School discusses her integration of Pegs to Paper into the curriculum.
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