Learning to write systematically

Developing handwriting
Before children start school, they begin to write their first words; for instance, they use capital letters to write their own name, MUM or the name of their favourite pet.
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Learning to write – with the right grip
Grasping and gripping are of great importance for human beings throughout their entire development.
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Left or right?
Whether children are left-handed or right-handed has nothing to do with their capability to learn, with their intelligence or with the learning-to-write process.
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Some further points to bear in mind
Suitable pencils as well as the following criteria will have a positive impact on children’s handwriting skills.
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Practising with beads
Valuable training for the relaxed, correct holding of a writing instrument.
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Ergonomic writing instruments
All writing instruments by Faber-Castell are developed with an ergonomic value added so that they support different individual children’s hands.
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