Make your kid learn basic shapes first and create pictures out of them. Strengthen hand eye co-ordination. Develop perfection in creating and copying skills. Learn to follow written and visual directions. Above all, build fine motor skill, develop artistic abilities.
Random scribbling begins at age one and a half but soon children start making shapes. Circular movement is first because it is most natural anatomically.
Motor skills are the foundation children need before then learn handwriting in order to have proper pencil grasp and control of writing instrument.
This book offers learning of writing and drawing through experimentation and play. It is a feast of information that children need to develop both gross and fine motor skills.
It helps to increase the balance, enhance directional and improve eye-hand co-ordination. It also helps the child to understand shapes, direction and figures.