You can use our motor numbers, along with shapes and letters, to provide visual and tactile experiences to your child. This, along with kinesthetic experiences, form the required skills to learn how to draw or print letters and numbers.
The button on the motor letters moves smoothly along the path of the shape. Thus, allowing the child to perform the movement and visually track the path of the movement.
Teachers around the world have used our motor numbers, along with our motor letters and shapes in classrooms. They have been very successful in teaching younger children. Kids with special needs who have had problems with their motor skills have also benefitted from our motor numbers. Kids can place their index finger on the eye of the grommet and follow along the path of the shape. This way, they are tracing the shape of a letter or number and fine-tuning their motor skills.