Montessori material - learning with all your senses
The clearly visible features of certain letter lines, such as curves (B, O, P, R) and slopes (Z, A, X), teach children to distinguish letters from one another. By tracing these lines with their fingers, children develop a better feel for the letters. At the same time, pronunciation ultimately enables the children to match the sounds to the letters. Since everything is playful, learning the letters is also fun and very effective by stimulating three channels of perception (visual, auditory and kinesthetic).