Handwriting Worksheets – Handwriting Practice Sheets For Children

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Handwriting Worksheets

January 27th, 2009 · No Comments


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Children have to practice handwriting on special handwriting worksheets. Teaching them on a normal notebook paper will lead to confusion. On handwriting sheets every letter or number is written within a character spacer line. Writing lines act as a guide – they help the child to write the letter with the correct height, width and length.

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Vocabulary Practice Sheets For Kids

October 8th, 2008 · 1 Comment



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Engaging young minds is most effective when learning is fun. Introducing new concepts through new methods draws and keeps attention. Activities for teaching vocabulary can be just as enjoyable. As the key partner to comprehensive in a child’s learning journey, vocabulary requires retention. And retention is fueled by activities that build memory and cognitive skills.

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Vision And Hearing Test

January 28th, 2008 · No Comments


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Poor vision and poor hearing will affect a child’s learning and social skills.

Signs of poor eyesight: If a child complains of headaches, eye strains, or is rubbing eyes excessively, has difficult reading, or holds the object too close to the eyes to view it or has difficulty concentrating then get your child’s eye tested. A simple eye test can detect if there are any problems. Fixing the eye problem will give your child’s learning abilities a huge boost.

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Right Posture For Good Handwriting

January 27th, 2008 · No Comments


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Teaching the child the right way to sit when writing plays an important part in teaching the child good handwriting skills. If a child’s posture is not correct it makes the child uncomfortable and this in turn affects his or her handwriting.

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Tips For Teaching Handwriting To Left Handed Kids

January 27th, 2008 · 2 Comments


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In the last few years the number of left handed persons has increased dramatically. This is partly because left handed children are not forced to use the right hand for writing any more but are rather encouraged to use whichever hand the child shows a preference to. Previously a left handed child was always corrected and encouraged to use the right hand.

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Handwriting Analysis and Personality

December 13th, 2007 · No Comments


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We have all heard ‘handwriting analysis’ before. ‘Graphology’ is the analysis of handwriting particularly in relation human mind. People who have the skills to analyze handwriting determine a person’s character by analyzing their handwriting.

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Teaching Good Handwriting

December 12th, 2007 · No Comments


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“We all know alphabets, so why not we just write the alphabets on a paper and get our children to practice them?”

If you are thinking like that then you are not alone. However I am sorry to say that it is the wrong approach. We need to write the alphabets as per the method approved by the education board.

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Fine Motor Skills Activities

December 7th, 2007 · No Comments


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There are many activities you can expose your children to – A lot of activities are fun and also help in developing fine motor skills…..There are basically three kinds of activities which will help to develop your child’s fine and gross motor skills:

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Fine Motor Skills For Preschoolers

November 21st, 2007 · No Comments


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Fine Motor Skills is the ability to control small precise movements with the fingers, wrists and hands. These skills are important for day to day activities in life. They also play a very important role in the school activities. A child’s handwriting skills depends on the child’s fine motor skills. There are lots of activities you can do to improve your child’s fine motor skills.

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Posture When Working On Computers

November 16th, 2007 · No Comments


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Here are some tips for right posture when your child is working on the computer:

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