Left and Right Handed Finger Spacer Arrows

Left and right handed finger spacers. There are two different arrows. One which points downwards to support left handed writers, it can be held in the right hand and the arrow points down. This ensures that the words are not covered by the finger spacer.

The right hand finger space arrow points upwards to be held in the left hand. This is a helpful resource which can be used within an EYFS and KS1.

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