Have you ever scratched you head wondering how you would improve your child’s writing? Has not knowing where to begin put you off? Have you started and given up in a state of confusion with it all? If you answer yes or maybe to any of these then click on the link below. I have created a handout that should tell you pretty much all you need to know. I explain how to hold a pencil, position your paper, how to form and where to place letter on a line and a suggested order of letter learning.
I have a motto that I make my class repeat “Perfect practice makes perfect!” In other words, write less but write better. Don’t write 10 lines quickly, it is much better to write two lines slowly and perfectly. Children rarely object to practicing when they know that they don’t have to do the whole page!
If you would like to download some free Handwriting Paper to use please click on the image below:
If your child is learning to write for the first time you will probably need wider lines. Please click on the image below: