BUDLEIGH Salterton youngsters learn new writing skills

PUBLISHED: 11:42 26 November 2008 | UPDATED: 10:06 10 June 2010

YOUNGSTERS at St Peter ' Primary School learned how to leave their mark on the world by trying out different ways of writing.

YOUNGSTERS at St Peter's Primary School learned how to leave their mark on the world by trying out different ways of writing.

The pupils and nursery youngsters all took part in the school's Mark Making Matters Day - to show children using pencils to write is not the only way.

The children got stuck in with a host of paint, utensils, toys and the latest technology as they explored the various different ways of writing.

St Peter's School and nursery spokeswoman Lisa Broad said: "One parent was very surprised to find that writing in the early years can be making car tracks with paint and building towers.

"We had lots of fun and all the parents really enjoyed the day.


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