Improve how a child sits when they write
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On this page you will discover about the important link between sitting posture and handwriting. How someone sits when they write is crucial to handwriting. The body is similar to a crane. If the crane is unstable then it cannot use the claw to grip effectively. The same is true with handwriting. Your child sitting on a chair too high or one leg crossed under another will affect their writing legibility. Learn how to sit well when writing with these worksheets.
To help you find the best resources for your child I have grouped handwriting skills into 4 easy to understand levels. Here you will find ALL levels of handwriting advice.
* Please use the age ranges as suggestions. We are all different. Handwriting is about capturing a child’s imagination and interest.
3 essential tips for handwriting
Use this 3 page guide to help you advise your child on how to sit, hold a pencil and how to align the paper when writing. Handwriting skill: N/A. Age range: For parents.JOIN MY HANDWRITING CLUB TO DOWNLOAD
How to make a foot black
If your child is sitting on a chair where their feet are dangling off the chair and not touching the floor then this will affect their handwriting legibility. Handwriting skill: N/A. Age range: For parents.JOIN MY HANDWRITING CLUB TO DOWNLOAD
Step 5 of my ’10 steps to handwriting success’ video series. Knowing how to sit reduces back and neck pain. Consequently, handwriting quality can be improved by sitting well. Handwriting skill: N/A. Age range: For parents.JOIN MY HANDWRITING CLUB TO DOWNLOAD