Improve how a child sits when they write
How someone sits when they write is very important. 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.
This is step 5 of my ’10 steps to handwriting success’ how-to video series. Knowing how to sit to reduce back and neck pain is very important. Handwriting quality can be improved by sitting well.SUBSCRIBE 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. Use this resource to make a foot block.SUBSCRIBE TO DOWNLOAD
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.SUBSCRIBE TO DOWNLOAD