Dance together at home. You may wonder what that has to do with writing in English, but, believe it or not, the gross motor skills that children develop through dance and movement include skills such as coordination, postural control and awareness of position and body movement (left, right, up, down, circular movements, etc.), which prepare the way for the spatial awareness that we need when we write without turning from left to right, and for all those movements that we must perform with the pencil at trace the letters, Good posture will also help your child be able to sit comfortably in front of his table when the time comes. You will find great ideas about music and movement at the entrance of 5 tips to teach English through music to children of children. Offer your child enough time to play. Children begin to develop abstract thinking with imitation play, which as we have seen is an important step in language acquisition. In this other entry, The game and learning English in the children's stage, we offer many ideas to play in English. Do crafts together. It is another way to foster future writing skills since children not only develop abstract thinking by representing their ideas and experiences through their creations but also improve their fine motor skills while cutting, pasting, drawing, manipulating materials such as modeling clay or They handle tools. All this will lead to the control of the pencil needed to write letters and words later. Teach your child that reading and writing have a meaning and purpose in our daily lives. For example, visit this blog link
and read together articles to improve your writing skills. Nothing happens if your little helper still does not know how to write: he can tell you the articles and it is you who take note. That way he will see how you do it, and he will verify that writing things and reading them later is useful for something… like when he realizes that you really put in the car what you had included in the list and he likes it so much.