Even though many people do a lot of their writing using technological tools like computers, tablets, and smartphones, the ability to compose a well-worded letter or paper either electronically for business or for academics is still required.
In school, passage from elementary school to middle school and from high school to college requires the passage of a written essay test. Once accepted to college, the majority of college level work will require the ability to compose and finish papers both electronically and manually.
Handwriting has almost become a lost art in today’s age. While, it used to be taught in school in almost all grades, it is now relegated only to the primary grades. Good handwriting is not something you are just born with; it takes practice.
Helping your child get started writing in a diary like Sleepover Diary can encourage him/her to become a strong writer with clear, legible handwriting.
Sleepover Diary is interactive. Children can glue in photographs or drawings that remind them of events or places and write about what happened. A personalized diary will provide a sense of pride that will often be shown to friends.
Sleepover Diary is a friend activity. When children share their diary with friends, those friends can also write in the diary and put in their own pictures and drawings.
Sleepover Diary encourages children to compose their stories and improve their handwriting in a fun and easy way. Each Sleepover Diary is attractively illustrated in soft watercolors and includes sections for children to post photographs and draw pictures as well as write about themselves, activities etc. What’s more, it has room for up to 5 BFFs to share their thoughts and special experiences too.