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Getting Ready to Handwrite

Kathryn L. Stout, B.S.Ed., M.Ed.
Published: July 1999
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Enjoyable activities that develop hand-eye coordination pay off later when young children learn to write. For children already writing, they can help improve the control necessary for neat handwriting.

Most, if not all, of these activities are probably not new to you. However, now that you are aware that they can be used to develop necessary skills, my hope is that you will incorporate them into your planning, recognizing that children can learn a great deal while they play.

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