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There are five different handwriting styles used in Australia Schools, it all depends on what state, or territory your child lives.
After nearly fifteen years in business, I have witnessed some really shoddy people out there. These people do not care if your child is forming their letters & numbers correctly, all they care about is making the sale!
The fact is it is even more prevalent these days with social media and websites that gather "so called" educational resources & people together.
What qualifications do you need to sell products on any of these sites? Well I am sure you have guessed the answer by now...there are no qualifications required!
Let me ask you this...
Even if they giving away worksheets for free, I am sure you do not want to teach your child the wrong way to form letters & numbers.
Writeboards take our responsibility very seriously, so seriously in fact, that when I first started the business, I spent $15,000 creating worksheets using fonts that I had purchased from a large educational store right here in Australia.
Everyone suggested that I just sell what I had made and try and get some money back.
The good news is that your child is the one who benefits from horrid experience!
Writeboards mission is to supply your child with the best Australian worksheets and flashcards in the world.Writeboards is the only business in the world to offer:
To view your child's Australian worksheets & flashcards, please select your child's Australian state or territory.
We invite you to read our blog on the wrong material being sold every day here in Australia. Go to "Warning be Careful How You Teach Your Child"
NOTE: With the National Curriculum the above rules were changed it a little, so that now it was up to the individual school or teacher to choose which font they wanted to use, as long as they chose one of the five Australian fonts.
Since the National Curriculum Writeboards have noticed that around ninety eight percent of schools are staying with their original State font.
If you are concerned about this, our suggestion would be to check with the school that your child will be attending.
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