Q&A on helping your child learn to write, with the National Handwriting Association
Hello. We're running an Expert Q&A on helping your child with his/her writing and offering you the chance to put your questions to National Handwriting Association expert Angela Webb.
Do you know the best way to teach your child to hold a pencil? When is the best time to start encouraging your child to start developing skills they'll need to learn for writing? And how do you do that?
Perhaps you're not sure when's best to start encouraging your child to start forming their first letters? Do you have questions about the way writing is taught at school?
Angela can advise you on all on this – and more!
The National Handwriting Association (NHA) is a charity which aims to raise awareness of handwriting as a crucial component of literacy, to promote and foster good practice in the teaching of handwriting and to provide support for those working with children and adults who have handwriting difficulties.
Post your questions about handwriting for Angela on this thread, and we'll upload her answers in batches over the next month.
This Q&A is sponsored by STABILO.