About - Write On Walls

Our stroy

WriteOnWalls was started in 2017

We create innovative spaces for offices, Home, school/colleges.

We are based out of Bhopal and network across India

About - Write On Walls


About Us

When every new day and every moments brings us up to the minute thoughts and perspectives, why not the walls that surround us in our offices, schools, colleges, houses, lounges, cafe or other places be a pristine canvas every time; every day. When this thought boiled up in the minds of the conceptualizing team of WriteonWalls we looked in for a wall to write it up and thus a product came up.

WriteonWalls – Writable paint hereby brings in for you a product whose one layer on the walls, desks, doors, cabinets, etc can turn them into a contemporary canvas which is writable with whiteboard markers and erasable. Easy to use, nature friendly, VOC and solvent free; this fluid is easily applicable. Transform your office from just a work place to an arena where new ideas flow, your house into a home of beautiful dreams drawn on the walls, your classrooms to ideation rooms, your cafe into a place where people come and explore their mind over a coffee and much more.

Transparent one will keep your favourite colour on your walls same. Apply our product and you do not need to use projector screens, white boards and flip charts any more. Don’t let the beauty of your walls and paints hideaway and make the best use of them.




why vertical surfaces walls good for writing

Turning your space into markerboard

Shoulder/Elbow Stability

The use of larger vertical surfaces such as chalkboards, marker boards, and Smart boards allows children to use bigger arm movements that encourage strength and flexibility throughout the joints and muscles of the upper extremities. Even the hand gets a hefty boost of strengthening as it works against gravity to keep making vertical, horizontal and diagonal lines.
Shoulder/Elbow Stability - Write On Walls

Bilateral Coordination - Write On Walls

Bilateral Coordination

Have you ever tried to use a stencil while working on a vertical surface? I once tried to stencil a pretty fleur de lis pattern on a wall — it was a disaster! This is a tough skill!

For kids, tracing an object, using a stencil, or even just stabilizing their paper to write on an upright surface requires the use of both hands (one to trace, one to hold) AND it requires proprioception and strength to hold the object that is being traced!

Midline Crossing

When a child is writing or drawing across a large vertical surface, he has to cross the midline of his body with his dominant hand to reach all of the spaces. This is great practice for children who are struggling with midline crossing and establishing a strong hand dominance.
Midline Crossing - Write On Walls


Wrist Extension/Pencil Grasp - Write On Walls

Wrist Extension/Pencil Grasp

Vertical surface writing naturally puts the wrist in an extended position which encourages hand stabilization for better pencil grasp and control of writing utensils.

Visual Attention and Hand-Eye Coordination

Working on a vertical surface brings the task closer to the child’s eyes. This helps kids who have difficulty maintaining visual attention to activities and can help to encourage hand-eye coordination, as the child has a better view of what they are doing!
Visual Attention and Hand-Eye Coordination - Write On Walls

Spatial Awareness - Write On Walls

Spatial Awareness

When a child works on a large vertical surface, it makes directional terms (up, down, left, right) much easier to understand because the child can relate the words to his very own body!

Sensory

Working at a vertical surface may be beneficial for fidgety kids who work better in a standing position than sitting at a desk. Let’s face it, we all work better if we can change positions!
Sensory - Write On Walls


Core Strength and Posture - Write On Walls

Core Strength and Posture

Working in a kneeling or standing position at an upright surface gives kids a good dose of core strengthening. There’s no slumping or leaning on the back of the chair – the only choice is to engage those core and back muscles to maintain upright posture!