Another Letter ‘T’.
This activity gets the person engaging with the book to write on the opposite page as hard as they can with a pen or pencil, this is something many dyspraxics tend to do. As a child and still today, I would press increasingly hard on my pencil when drawing and writing. This book works as an instruction manual and activity book so drawing the inside pages with crayon aided in conveying a lighthearted and fun tone to the book. I chose the first page as the combination of different types and the first letter worked well on the page and was executed the best out of all the type pages.