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A neighbor next door had a teenager who signed up for a huge number of courses- violin, swimming, skating, dancing, aerobics and others, only to leave all of them half-way through! When she started the course she would be so enthusiastic, talking about it for hours, to her friends and everyone in the society. Whatever happened to her commitment later on?

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priyanka desai Posted: Friday, April 25, 2014 6:35:22 PM(UTC)

Handwriting can be improved by:

You must make sure your baby holds pencil or pen in correct way, if child can hold pen correctly handwriting will improve gradually.

Drawing will help kid make their lines clear and strait, it will help child to hold the pen correctly so writings will improve.

Do not force your kid to improve handwriting, you can improve your child's writing by playing different games.

There are so many games and fun activities that require drawing and writing, you can make your teaching time, fun time and that will help achieve you your ultimate goal.

You should also take care of following to help your child improve handwriting:

Make sure your kid gives proper pressure on pen.
If your baby is underage then do not impose proper writing on her as baby is still developing muscle strength so, holding pen and giving enough pressure on pen will become difficult for kid.

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