Learning approaches are particularly important when tackling a complex skill such as handwriting. A multisensory approach to learning is a way of teaching that engages more than one sensory system at a time.
The child is seated on the floor with their knees bent, feet positioned outside of their hips and their bottom on the floor. When in this position, the child’s legs will resemble the shape of the letter ‘W’.
There are a lot of discussions on whether children should be given responsibilities at home. Some believe it helps and teaches them a lot of skills and others believe children should learn through play without any responsibilities or demands.