Sometimes we take prewriting skills for granted and start with the pencil directly.
Imagine if writing is something children enjoy and jumps at every opportunity to write a word, a letter, a grocery list?
That is very much possible if writing is not forced, and their fingers can happily hold a pen or a pencil.
And how does that happen?
Enter pre-writing tools that help them work on their finger-muscles.
This is a short, concise tool list that you can find easily in your home.
2. Eraser end of pencil
3. Back of the pen
4. Paint brushes
5.Pom Pom cloth pin
7. Twig stick
So pick it up and start writing.
I meant, pre-writing 🙂