Discover Beginner’s Pens Designed for Children

Discover Beginner’s Pens Designed for Children: Improve and enjoy children’s writing experience using the right tools here at EndlessPens

 

“Every child is a natural born writer.”

— Carole Marsh

 

Writing is one form of communication we learn and develop that starts from early childhood to attending formal schooling. But more than what kids learn through higher education, it all begins with a child’s imagination and the eagerness to express. The thought about writing begins with inspiration. This means all forms of visual communication such as drawings, markings, and scribbles are all part of the essence of what “writing” is.

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Sheryl Block, a Writing Project Coordinator of Professional Learning at University of Louisville shares, “When you're teaching kids to write, you're teaching them to think. Writing is the window through which all thinking starts.

 

The fun and playful nature of children guided by adults enhances their faculties in writing. As they continue to gather experience and understand meaning, they become more fluent and writing becomes a more meaningful experience. Furthermore, as children explore their self-expression and creativity, their ability for more complex learning and development is nurtured.

 

Literacy and the importance of writing

Parents can agree children often tend to write and draw everywhere! The world is their canvas. Or more often, your walls and floors are! Kidding aside, this is only natural as children develop their cognitive skills.

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At 18 months you would see free-form scribbles that later improve with more control as they age. At 2-3 years, you can observe a more defined scribbling of lines and patterns. Then as they grow, your child starts to draw pictures of objects or people and eventually even write letters.

 

To help continue and encourage our children to develop their literacy skills, we can allow them to practice and have familiarity with the materials to cultivate a sense of personal style. Letting children participate in writing exercises and having awareness through demonstration can provide more opportunities for them to improve. These kinds of experiences and activities can be useful towards the children’s higher learning and eventually, throughout their career as professionals. 

 

Writing with the right instruments

There is a range of writing tools for children to choose from.  At an early age, a big, more colorful, and vibrant material tends to be more attractive such as paints, crayons, and colored pens. But as children mature, they move on to other writing instruments depending on their need or purpose. More common writing materials are pencils and the typical ballpoint or marker pens.

 

Here at EndlessPens we have a range of writing tools so children can have a more heightened and improved experience. See better and child-friendly writing tools kids and beginners alike can use in writing and drawing.

 

LAMY ABC Fountain Pen

This is a fun beginner’s pen designed for children. It has an efficient and easy to use design, perfect for young learners. The body is made of maple wood and the cap and top part is made of shiny plastic. It can be held with comfort because of its non-slip rubber coated grip section. The nib is made of polished stainless steel and can be used with a T 10 ink cartridge or a Z 28 converter for using bottled ink.

 

LAMY ABC Mechanical Pencil

This is a complement to the former product from LAMY. It is a good choice for beginners that has a simple and straightforward design. Children can have fun writing or drawing with its maple wood body and shiny plastic front and top part. It also has a non-slip rubber coated plastic grip for a sure and controlled hold. The twist mechanism allows the user to load LAMY M 44 (1.4mm) pencil lead.

 

 

LAMY Safari Fountain Pen

This product has a range of attractive colors kids would love. The timeless design is mindful and user-friendly making it one of the most popular writing instruments worldwide. It is made of a sturdy plastic covered with a cap made with a metal clip. The nib is made of black chromium-plated steel and can be written using a LAMY T 10 ink cartridge or a LAMY Z 28 converter.

 

 

TWSBI GO Clear Fountain Pen

Find this affordable option for your kids. The Go Clear fountain pen as its name suggests is made of clear plastic so the visible body lets you see the ink. Covered with a snap cap with a nib made of steel. It has a spring-loaded piston filling mechanism that is very easy to use. Just press down and release to write and GO!

 

 

TWSBI GO SMOKE Fountain Pen

This is another new and affordable take on fountain pens by TWSBI. The body is a translucent smoke grey that also lets you see on the inner workings of its spring-loaded piston filling mechanism. The clear grip section also lets you see the ink when filled inside. It is covered by a clipless snap cap. Dip the stainless-steel nib and press down to fill the barrel with ink.

 

 

TWSBI GO SAPPHIRE Fountain Pen

Similar to other GO TWSBI pens, it also has a spring-loaded piston and its body is made of translucent blue plastic. The nib is also made of stainless steel with a clipless snap cap.

 

 

TWSBI ECO-T Mint Blue Fountain Pen

The body is made of plastic while the nib is made of steel. It has a piston filling mechanism and a screw cap for a perfect seal. It's more pronounced grip is good for kids and new enthusiasts alike who want to learn correct writing posture or want to try their hand on a fountain pen. It works well for everyday use.

 

 

TWSBI Jr. Pagoda mechanical Pencil

It is a simple but stylish mechanical pencil, available in colors blue, white and marmalade. Its body is made of plastic with a rubber grip. Its push mechanism allows a 0.5mm or 0.7mm pencil lead to load.

 

 

Pilot Fountain Pen – Prera

Function meets design as this pen writes beautifully while allowing comfort and style. It is made of transparent acrylic resin that allows you to see the inside of the body. It comes with a sturdy clip and a snap cap that vacuum seals when it clicks to prevent the ink from drying. It has a firm stainless nib that writes smoothly on paper. It comes in various playful colors that can match a fun and easy personality.

 

 

Kaweco Frosted Sport Mechanical Pencil

This is a fun and modern mechanical pencil, available in milky pastel colors. The body is made of high-quality plastic and works through a retractable click with a 0.7mm lead. This is perfect for sketching or drawing ideas and wide housing protects the nib from breaking. 

 

 

 

By Some Folks at EndlessPens

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