Learning to Write Books for ToddlersWriting books for toddlers
The first letter
When they are about 18 month old, they like to scribble and mark, but do not yet have the subtle motions or hand-eye co-ordination to write them. It is a multi-year ability and requires a lot of work. At about the tender of three years, the kids make their first efforts to write with dots.
When they go to college, they should know a few characters and use a pen with some caution. When practicing at home, you'll enjoy it - you don't need to learn all the characters of the script, and they don't need to be learned in order. Kids like to write their own name, so that's a good first.
Don't be worried if the characters are a little wobbly at first, they will get better with the exercise as your child's stylus controls work out. Let your kid see you write a grocery bill or a notebook early and discuss what you are doing. Utilise her'writing' in her fake game and tell you what her letter says.
As soon as they can copy designs and forms, they may be prepared for characters. Lettering also help kids read, so encouraging them to say the message out loud as they write it. Commend all your child's efforts, however wobbly they may be. When the kids go to college, they should be able to write their name and keep a crayon.
Or you can let the language institute do it. It is a good way to discuss with your child's instructor how to form characters properly and in the same way as your language course. A number of colleges begin printing (separate letters), while others immediately begin teaching italics (coherent writing). British colleges begin with lowercase characters, while in the USA many colleges begin with uppercase characters.
U.S. issues of Wipe-Clean books are built on the Zaner-Bloser system. A simple to use guidebook with activity, play and tips on how to help kids get ready to start reading and writing. Contains web sites with information for adults and caregivers as well as play and activity for kids.