How to determine if a child is ready to write

The readiness of the preschooler’s hand to perform various graphic exercises and homework debate that will help him learn to write in capital letters in the future largely depends on:

on whether the crumbs have an interest in learning to write;
from the level of maturity of fine (fine) motor skills of the hands;
from the experience of graphic movements.
Also, before proceeding with the implementation of graphic tasks, you need to evaluate:

how capable the child is of understanding and accepting the task assigned to him;
whether he knows how to arbitrarily control his actions;
whether he is well trained;
whether he has the skills of orientation in space (knows what “top-bottom”, “right-left”, etc.);
whether the movements of the hand and eyes are coordinated, whether he is capable of visual analysis, whether there are any problems with vision.

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