How to teach your child how to write.
I love this story.
It’s the story of the birth of my toddler, and of my love of writing.
When I was a toddler, my parents were having a baby and my mother wrote down her baby’s handwriting.
The writing came to life in my notebooks.
I began to write about it.
As my mother continued to write, I started to create a journal for myself.
After years of writing about my child’s handwriting, my mother and I were lucky enough to have a journal together.
Every day, I wrote about how I felt about my baby, and I also wrote about what was going on with my child.
My mother would take the notebooks with her everywhere.
This was a special day for me because it was my first day at my own kindergarten.
While my mother would sit at the piano with me and sing, I would sit in the back of the class and write in my journal.
One day, my writing skills came to the fore.
For some reason, I began to love to write!
This became the beginning of my lifelong love of handwriting.
When I started kindergarten, my school had no kindergarten rule books.
So I decided to make my own.
First, I took the handwriting practice book I had bought for my daughter and read aloud to her.
She immediately started writing.
When my mom was teaching, she taught the children how to read and write with the help of her hands.
But she was never able to teach them how to think.
We did all of our own handwriting practice with the assistance of her handwriting book.
In kindergarten, we practiced how to make our own letters.
Our handwriting practice was so good that the children loved it.
But I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to write well in kindergarten, and that I would not be able write well enough in kindergarten.
My mother decided to give me a copy of the Kindergarten Rules and Practice Book.
Now, I know that I can do better than my mother.
Since kindergarten, I have written over 600,000 words.
Before kindergarten, every day I wrote, I felt like a child.
And today, I am writing my first book of writing!
I hope that this post has helped you.