Solution Name: Handwriting Skills Advanced
Choose the right pen
Sit with back straight, feel flat on the floor, legs uncrossed.
Relax hand and arm. Shake hand until it feels floppy.
Handwriting benefits from sitting up straight, with the forearm resting on the table, so that the arm moves the fingers rather than the wrist.
Pick the right paper
Write on lined paper, but make sure the lines aren't too narrow:
Writing much larger than normal helps to make sure letters are formed properly.
Letters can be shrunk down when strength has improved.
A thick pad may distort posture, tear a few pages out or use a thinner pad.
Examine the writing
Take a sheet of lined paper and write the alphabet, aiming to join every letter.
Focus on which letters the individual has difficulty forming
Circle the letters you’re not happy with and work on improving those
Check the heights of your letters
Letters must be the correct height in relation to each other
If the height of the letter is wrong, the writing will be difficult to read.
Making relaxing scribbles on a page will help writing style, by training the hand and eye to work together, and teaching your pen to skim across the page smoothly and easily
Copy handwriting you admire
Start a journal
Practice, practice, practice
Description: Mead Wide Ruled Loose-Leaf Paper