Ergonomic pens

10th June 2005 at 01:00
Writing end of term reports can be a chore, but we've got the perfect solution.

The ergonomically designed Yoropen has finger supports and adjustable grips that promise to do away with the cramps and strains caused by prolonged writing with conventional pens. The Yoropen has also been reported to help dyslexic, dyspraxic and left-handed children learn to write. Check out the full range at

We have five of the executive ballpoint pens worth pound;30 each and two tubs of 12 disposable Yoropens to give away. To enter, just tell us the surname of the Hungarian man who invented the modern ballpoint pen.

* Send your answers on a postcard or email marked Dahon or Yoropen to Friday magazine at the TES address, or by email to Don't forget to include your name, address and contact phone number. Entries close June 16.

* In our June 3 Reader treats we incorrectly gave the closing date for the juggling workshop and the Roald Dahl ideas books competitions as June 2.

The deadline is June 16.

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