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Handwriting Correction Course for children 6 to 12 years

To help improve hand-eye coordination, formation, spacing and slant of letters for lastingimprovements in personality development, self expression, presentation, precision and confidence.

Teacher: Sonam Tiwari

Category: Life skills, Communication skills, Personality Development

Description: This handwriting improvement Course is aimed to set a solidfoundation for an aesthetically appealing, scientifically correct handwriting. Setting the correct handwriting style will directly impact the speed of expression, the flow of information and inhibit any negative tendencies in academicperformance and personality traits in the bud.These steps are planned to help them become independent in their written curriculum early on.




The optimal pencil grasp is known as the "tripod grasp". This is when the pencil is supported by the thumb, index and middle finger. The ring and little finger are bent and rest comfortably on the table. You shouldn't worry about a child's pencil grasp unless it is affecting their writing or the child is experiencing pain. Ideally it would be nice to teach every child how to hold their pencil correctly from the start, however, some children develop poor habits and you may need to try adaptive grip to help position their fingers
Use golf-size pencils with children. Adults can write with pencils in proportion to their hands.
Children will sacrifice all forms of mobility for stability. Children need to sit in their chair with a comfortable table, placing there feet on the floor ,at a 90-degree angle. If the child's feet do not touch the floor try placing a stool underneath . Discourage them from using beds or sofa’s. Maintain a healthy posture in case you see them slouching place a pillow behind there neck. This will comfort there neck and spine.
Reversals: Choose one reversal per assignment to work on. If the child reverses many of their numbers, work on them one at a time beginning with the lowest number. Master that formation before moving on to another. REPETITION is the biggest key to solve this issue
Paper Placement: Beginners (learning to print letters and words) can place the paper straight not tilted. Experienced printers (able to print sentences across the page) should place the paper at a slight angle to follow the natural arc of the writing hand. For right-handed children, put the right top right corner higher; for left-handed, the left corner is higher. The supporter hand should be placed on the paper as well. This encourages the correct neutral wrist position.
Child holds pencil too close or too far from the tip: Wrap a small rubber band around the area where the fingers should be placed. This will remind the child where to hold the pencil.
Children usually move the entire arm to write in these cases have the child lay on the floor to write. This puts weight on the arms and stabilizes them. You can also have the child write on a vertical surface (i.e. chalkboard or stable easel). This helps the child put their wrist in a functional writing position and also works on shoulder stability.
Spacing between the words: Use circle stickers and have the child stamp them between each word. Spacing in letters are most important. Spacing at the beginning ,between the words and at the end of the line should be kept in notice.

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