When it comes to learning how to write, many children are scared to make a mistake and worry their handwriting will be ‘wrong’, messy or illegible. “Many children are used to pressing ‘delete’ or ‘autocorrect’ on a computer keyboard and so when they start learning how to write with pen and paper, they lack the confidence to make a mistake,” says Ms Jocelyn Brewer, child psychologist and educator. Jocelyn says that spending time sitting with your child and practising handwriting skills can be extremely beneficial to building confidence and that learning to write involves a few key stages –...Read More
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