fabulous fine motor practice 28 worksheets
Mark and Heather Stewart
Techniques and practice for left-handers, with guidelines for parents and teachers
Given that only 10% of the population is left-handed, it comes as no secret or surprise that we as teachers and parents are often unprepared for the task of teaching a left-handed child how to write in a way that will lead to the most success. This is where the Stewarts’ workbooks can be so valuable — they are sweetly entertaining (yes, the characters are cartoons, but such lovable and helpful little folk that I have no hesitation in recommending these books for young children) and ever so thoughtfully compiled to progress from one foundational skill to the next to the next. The worksheets are fun to do and the advice you’ll find in them is the real thing — genuinely helpful stuff.
Billy Beetle, Sam Spider and Willie Woodlouse will take your young left-handed child through a series of essential yet fun exercises – each designed to give them the best possible start in learning to write.
This first book in the series takes the young writer from basic pencil handling and co-ordination exercises through to letter formation and writing of simple short words via a journey filled with laughter and delight.