Kindergamparts are a new type of educational project that have been popping up all over the country.
Some schools have adopted a word list or even a video game, but a new school in South Carolina wants to teach students the basics of how to write.
The school has developed a special Kinderganga curriculum for Kindergamps, which includes words, letters, numbers and the sounds of words.
The students write the letters in alphabetical order and then practice writing them on a piece of paper that is then placed on a chalkboard.
They can choose to practice with only a pencil or a paper.
The kids have been practicing this for several months, but it hasn’t been easy.
According to KSL, one student in the class said the school was “a little uncomfortable.”
But the school said that it wanted to encourage students to learn.
The new curriculum has been in the works for more than a year, and is designed to help students learn to write with more precision and ease, the school told ABC News.
The curriculum is now being rolled out to the whole district.