Practice, of course, makes perfect. But with the hours spent each week at school with this task, your child might not want to do any more writing at home, especially if he finds it tedious and challenging. Instead, you should make it fun for him; encourage your child so that his tiny hands and fingers become more skillful each day.
Some activities that you might want to introduce to your child are painting on an easel, drawing on a chalkboard, playing with puppet fingers, rolling and shaping clay, or stringing beads together. These seem like your typical past time fillers, but you’re actually helping your child improve his handwriting skills.
Landa Bautista, curriculum director, The Learning Center, Inc., Parañaque City