Children need to be able to hold a pencil correctly and begin writing as soon as they enter kindergarten. So, it’s important to expose your kids to activities that build strength and dexterity in their hands and fingers. One way to train those tiny muscles is through the medium of art.
As a child continues to practice and begins holding the brush like a pencil, they gain more control over their fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination. As kids continue to practice, the movements become smaller and more intricate. That will help children develop those fine lines and those curves in the alphabet when they start to write words.