Build Writing Muscles with a Water Relay
Does your child have trouble holding a pencil? Is writing his name an excruciating task? For many young writers, it is.
While your first instinct may be to have him sit down and practice writing more letters, it's weak muscles, as much as practice, that's causing the problem. Children who have difficulty with letter formation often choose not to write because it's just too tiresome. Giving your child lots of opportunities to build muscle control will make it easier on him when it's time to put pencil to paper. Looking for a fun way to make it interesting? This water relay helps build the hand muscles necessary for good penmanship. And it's pure hot-weather fun!
What You Need:
- 2 medium sized plastic containers similar in size
- 2 sponges
- Pitcher of water