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YAYYY! Daar is hij dan! Kleuteruniversiteit Magazine nr. 4! Mocht je nog niet geabonneerd zijn en twijfelen: ik kan het zeker aanraden. Er staan super veel leuke lesideeën in, interessante artikelen en spannende voorleesverhalen. Een must have voor het onderwijs als je het mij vraagt. Ennnnehhhh oja, voor nr. 4 heb ik een artikel mogen schrijven! Trots!

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Writing problems ?! When do you sound the alarm bell?

After applying the interventions from EHBS that fit the identified writing problem, the child needs time to automate. Many children will subsequently master the correct writing technique thanks to this efficient, systematic approach. Each child has its own pace in this. Automation is a gradual process in which the skill keeps getting faster and better. The last step in this is to apply what they have learned to all skills and assignments. Children who have problems with automation need to think over and over how to do the task. to do. It also requires correction. This requires a lot of energy from them, but also from teachers and parents. My advice is therefore: Is there no improvement 4-6 weeks after...

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Every child is a writer

About the importance of learning to write as a child "Children want to write. They want to write on the first day of school. This is no coincidence. Before going to school, she messed on walls, sidewalks and newspapers with colored pencils, chalk, pens or pencils ... anything that leaves a mark. The child's stamp says, "I am". "" - Donald Graves. Children from the age of two already make sketches on paper to express their feelings and communicate with others.1 Although toddlers and preschoolers often do not write texts yet, they demonstrate their writing skills in different ways. They are already busy with scribbling, drawing and letter-like shapes. The ways in which adults respond to children's first writing attempts...

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