A few months ago I wrote a post about what I saw when looking at a writing journal from a first grade classroom. The handwriting in it was what you’d expect from young writers – some perfect, some sloppy and disjointed and some complete disasters.
Visual learners can get so caught up in what they are writing that they miss some of the information coming at them while they are writing. In their desperation to keep up, their handwriting can suffer. But how do we make handwriting second nature for them without making it a chore?
Since handwriting is so important – I’ve developed some special activities and writing sheets so you can help your child improve their writing.
7 Days to Better Handwriting is a simple and engaging way to help your child get comfortable with handwriting so he can concentrate on the rest of the learning happening in the classroom.
It’s fun. It’s easy. And everything’s included – except the #2 pencil. If you have a young writer, or even an older one that needs to tidy things up a bit – this is the challenge for you.
Each day’s activity only takes 5 to 10 minutes. It’s fun and easy to do and after just 7 days, you’ll see some noticeable improvement in your child’s handwriting.
There’s only one catch –
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