Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Penmanship and the Child Who Wants to Be Perfect

Random tip:

For the child who fears failure, wants to be perfect from the get-go in making letter shapes, numerals, etc, a friend of mine who is an occupational therapist recommends using a little blackboard (chalkboard) and a moist sponge to write letters and shapes. The moisture evaporates quickly and am imperfect letter or numeral is *poof* gone, and the child got experience and practice at the same time.

1 comment:

The Glasers said...

That is how Handwriting without Tears teaches beginners . . . :-)

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