Manuscript launches crafty collection for kids

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Manuscript Pen Company has announced the launch of the Lionheart Collection, a range curated to help children learn to write and create in a colourful and fun manner.

 

The Lionheart Collection features colouring pens, handwriting tools and pencils alongside two fun and educational activity books. Focusing on colour, crafting and educating, the Lionheart Collection also includes a range of Shimmer Dot Craft Kits which focus on the latest diamond art trend.

 

Officially unveiled at Creativeworld in Frankfurt, the Lionheart Collection features unique safari characters each with their own personality, story and background for children to connect with. The range offers a new dimension to Manuscript’s wider collection, and has been fine-tuned to appeal to both parents and children.

 

The Lionheart Activity Books, which have been formulated by education publishing experts Robinswood Press Limited in conjunction with Manuscript, include a selection of shape, number and letter formation tasks to cement foundational skills in 3-8 year olds.

 

The books include a selection of ‘wipe-clean’ pages to ensure learning can be repeated and cemented, working alongside the compatible Lionheart marker range.

 

The Shimmer Dot Craft Kits are the perfect craft addition to this collection. Children and parents can work together to produce sparkly Lionheart characters to hang up in their bedroom or playroom whilst learning and improving key motor skills.

 

Charlie Stockbridge, managing director of Manuscript, said: “The Lionheart Collection adds a new dimension to our product range for both creatives and retailers alike.

 

“By adding an element of bold colour and animals to the learning process, children are developing foundational skills whilst having fun.”

 

www.manuscriptpen.com

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