Pre-Writing Activities are combined with a set of fundamental skills that helps the children to write when they are ready developmentally.
– Develop fine motor skills – Adapt finger-hand strength – Focus on hand-eye coordination – More stress on bilateral coordination – Always accept learning good posture – Boost confidence
Pre-writing skills activities for preschoolers are more effective because the sequence for teaching the children is very systematic.
It usually starts from simple to complex, starting around 2+ years of age start learning with a vertical line going up to the triangle by age 5+.
– Activities like scribbling or drawing on the floor – Can use the blackboard great for developing motor skills – Can use tweezers and tongs in pinching movements – Making shapes in water and sand – Cutting different shapes and sizes using scissors
Gross motor play is very much important to children because through these activities their bodies will have a great vibe, postural control, and strength as physical activities are more focused here.
– Feeling uncomfortable pencil grip; difficulty in holding a pencil for writing, drawing, or coloring.
– A child inclined to use the whole hand instead of a few fingers for manipulating objects
– Untidy handwriting or lack of willingness to color going out of the Frameline.
Practice making the man perfect make your child Practice, practice, practice!! Give your child a writing instrument and make them practice.
It makes your child perfect and strengthens the finger, wrist, and hand muscles.
Like most kids starting kindergarten, your child will likely have to learn how to write shortly. This can be an exciting time, but it can also be stressful if you don’t have any experience with pre-writing skills yourself.
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