Story from T.V, NSW
I now “Chart” my letters to my family, and by the time I have finished, what with pictures and hearts and so on, it really looks great. I use coloured pens and make it very happy looking. Our two grandchildren aged 9 and 11 are going to “chart” me a letter this week, and I am looking forward to it. For me, it was my way to practise charting, and I enjoy it so much I don’t think they will get many boring letters any more! It will be a fun way for the children to keep in touch — they used to send us lovely letters printed on the computer and that was nice. This will be a different way and they will easily learn to “chart” a letter to us and learn a new skill for life. Both my husband and I go to PP and have found this really lets us put purpose into our life.