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These exercises can make a toddler’s fine motor skills honed and he is ready to write

Have you ever heard of pre-writing skills or pre-writings skills?
Pre-writing skills are a series of basic skills that a child must develop and master before he can write. These skills contribute to the child’s ability to hold and use pencils, drawing, writing, imitating shapes, and coloring.

Pre-writing skills are also often called writing readiness. Long before children learn to write (write letters, numbers, etc.), children need to be trained also in the skills of grasping and moving things with both hands.

When a child’s hand skills do not develop optimally, it can make him frustrated and reluctant to learn to write Ma. In fact, due to lack of stimulation, children become bored easily and get tired of following learning activities in class. As a result, children’s confidence is low and it also impacts on their academic performance.

Prewriting activities can already begin to be trained once the child turns 1 year old. Of course, Mama does not directly invite children to deal with pencils and paper. There are lots of pre-written activities you can do with your little one at home. Let’s take a peek at inspiring the following activities!

1. Sewing and stringing

No, Mama doesn’t imagine how Little will sew with real threads and needles!
Sewing is usually done using perforated paper media and ropes of various sizes. Then, the child is asked to insert the rope in such a way into the holes. Similar to the sewing process right?

While training children stringing beads on a rope. Mama can adjust the size of the beads and width of the string. The smaller the beads, the more difficult it is for the child to shake.

2. Doing daily activities at home

Yes, from a series of daily activities at home, the Little One can hone his prewriting skills, especially activities that require the strength of your fingers.

For example, opening a bottle or lunch box, grabbing small food, pouring water into a glass, eating using a spoon, until opening and closing zippers.

So, even though it takes a little time to do it yourself, let it be. Because these activities will help children be better prepared to learn to write later.

3. Play candles or playdough

Who doesn’t like to play candles or playdough?

Children certainly love to play candles because he can make various shapes from colorful candles. Not only developing children’s imagination but playing with candles was also an important prewriting activity.

If you pay attention, every hand gesture that is done when forming a candle exercises the child’s fine motor skills. Starting from grinding the wax, rounding the wax, twisting, to cutting and forming the wax with mold.

As an alternative, Mama can also invite your child to make their play dough at home with ingredients in the kitchen. Let it try kneading the dough, to train sensory sensitivity through the texture of the dough. Surely he is much more enthusiastic and can’t wait to play his homemade dough!

4. Play a game of building things

The game of building something, aka construction, is also a mainstay to train children’s readiness to write. For example, playing wooden blocks arranged and plastic bricks of various shapes.

You can also let Little Stack pile up plastic cups, books, or whatever objects he encounters at home. The bonus, this game also trains children’s imagination. How he imagined something in his mind and manifested this form in a real “building”. Exciting right?

5. Cut and paste

Now, do you understand why cutting and sticking to kindergarten is important? Because this activity helps children train their wrist muscles.

Even holding scissors can not be careless, must use the thumb and forefinger. Not to mention how the child practices eye and hand coordination when cutting following the helplines.

Likewise when he learns to stick. Gluing paper or cardboard should be in the same direction so that it doesn’t fall apart, for example. Then how to make the paper that he sticks is in the right position.

Anyway, you can use stickers and books as an alternative to learning to stick. Opening stickers and sticking them on various fields or surfaces of objects also trains the child’s preliminary skills.

Those are 5 prewriting activities that you can try to do with your child. Remember, focus this activity on training both the child’s hands and fingers. Just enjoy the process, not merely the child must succeed at the experiment to so.

More importantly, how can a child feel the process of learning pre-writing is fun so that he can develop and master basic writing skills easily when he is old enough.

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