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The arrow card

The direction used for writing and reading direction is relative and changes from one culture to the next. When a child of 2, 3, or 4 holds a book in his or her hand, there’s nothing about it as an object that indicates the right direction for reading it.

The arrow card is designed to be placed above the letters, words or text to read for children learning to read. It indicates and reminds the child of the conventional reading direction. When the card is flipped over in the opposite direction, it can be used to explain to those children who are challenged by their culture’s dominant direction, and to those with dyslexia, their own dominant direction for reading and writing.

You can make the arrow card with your child, cardboard plasticized by a size being able to go into its case

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