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Still need exercise books?
Launched on 25 April - 1 May 2016 last night, National Stationery Week celebrated the many miracles of the stationary industry for seven outings. Exercise books, a resource of excitement for both teacher and student, will be a good starting point. For a long time, exercise books of all forms and dimensions have been an integrated part of the educational lives of schoolchildren.
Granted, in many parts of the globe, such as Finland and the United States, writing is being superseded by technology. Nonetheless, educators - and by and large the vast majority of the UK's adult population - see the importance of manuscripts as a crucial ability that a child must have in order to be successful in other areas of their schooling.
They are not able to work with writing instruments on pen. So where are the exercise books? The handwriting is as important as ever, and the best way to write it right is to practise, especially at a time when students are using their finger tips to move on touch screens in both their work and class.
Exercise books are a basic food in every syllabus and offer a basis for this kind of exercise, as does the literal world. With YPO we are best able to appreciate the value of exercise books for schoolchildren. By 2016 alone, we divided 30,500 exercise book catalogs with 25,130 colleges and had £1.8 million for our comprehensive line of exercise books, such as workbooks, lab books, Assessment for Learning (AFL), extended exercise books and specialized exercise books.
As not all students are suitable for one sized school, we have a large selection of exercise books to meet the different needs of the school. Basically, writing is still important. It has certainly widened our horizon and that of the younger generation by making teaching more hands-on and available - but the literate term will always prevail in the field of teaching.