This is a discussion on How do you correct your child's handwriting? within the Toddlers and Preschoolers (1-5 years old) forum, part of the Singapore Kiasu Parents Forum category; Originally Posted by Spiralng WAH.....mine only 10 times of the same word...ha ha ha...so it's one day 10words. Erm.. I ...
I did the asking as well... But sometimes really got some problems with her hands or maybe she wrote too much.. I dont know. LOL. I'll make sure her handwriting improves after writing same things for 2-3 pages.. Else write until nice and neat and able to spell. Wahahaah :x
omg~~~~ i habb not touched single bit of chinese character yet
I started them with chinese first cos i thought for them to communicate with my mother in law is easier and children nowadays mostly are english speaking so for them to pick up should not be a problem.
So far, Belle can absorb pretty on my schedule.. She has "mastered" numbers 1-30 oredi.. Next week gonna start 31-40.. plus some other english words.. Haha.
True, chinese hard to pick up. that's y I started english 1st, more comfy with that. :x Wahahahah.
Jialat.. Will I have to see her chinese teacher like what my mum did when i was from p1-p3? Wahahah
just out of curiosity, have you guys seen any doctor's handwriting before????
hahah (worst then newborns....)
I think all babies are born to be doctors!
One way to improve handwriting is to improve their fine motor skills and one of the best way to do that is to play with plasticine or play-doh. By playing with such things, they are forced to use and control each finger individully. You could start them out with a few moulds and stuff but should eventually move on to free modelling with just the fingers and perhaps a few tools when they're more advanced.
By using proper quality type of pen or pencil and tech them proper method of it's and after saw this discussion I searched about this and I found very inserting and positive view about this.