March 28, 2008

Help for teachers and parents of left-handed children!!

A Reader wrote:

Just wanted to let visitors to your website know about our new website. Parents and teachers of young left-handed children will find it of particular interest.

Some background info: LeftHand N.Z. is a specialist lefty shop in New Zealand, created by a left-hander for left-handers and we have been supplying a full range of left-handed products by mail order for the last two years. We have recently developed a website:

to make it easier for our loyal customers to access our information and products.

We specialise in helping teachers and parents of young left-handed children by providing information about how to teach a left-handed child:

* how to write comfortably and well as a left-hander and
* how to guide the young left-hander to improve their scissors skills.

We have two unique products in this area:

1: Our "Little Lefty Set" - which is a left-handed stationery set (for children approx. 3 to 8 years old)

2: Our "Write-on Wipe-off Workbook" for teaching handwriting skills to LEFT-handed children. Our Handwriting Workbook contains a STEP-BY-STEP learning programme for teaching handwriting, useful tips and guidelines for parents and teachers, LEFT-handed letter formations and laminated worksheets for endless practice. It is ideally suited for lefty children aged from 4 to about 7 years old. More information can be found on our website.

We can accept orders from other countries in the world apart from New Zealand. The process at this stage is a bit cumbersome but we are working towards a solution to make this much easier.

We invite you to visit our new website soon!


  1. All three of my children are left handed. My husband and I are right handed. Our oldest started school this year and has been having trouble with cutting. He says that the scissors feel strange in his hand and tries to use his right hand. But can't cut at all with his right.
    The "little lefty set" sounds like something that we would be very interested in for our son and our other two children.
    Thank you for posting this.

  2. My 11 year old son is left-handed. I wish I had known about the handwriting notebook sooner. He has developed some habits that make it harder to read his writing. I will definitely do more research to see what I can find for him.


Unfortunately, a flood of spam has forced us to implement word verification and comment moderation, and to ban anonymous users. Spammers spoil the fun for everyone! If you are a real person, we appreciate your patience. If you are a spammer, kindly go to hell.

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.