Liz's Reviews > Your Left-Handed Child: Making Things Easy for Left-Handers in a Right-Handed World

Your Left-Handed Child by Lauren Milsom
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Feb 11, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012, childcare-parenting, non-fiction
Read from August 17 to September 13, 2012


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message 1: by Em (new) - rated it 3 stars

Em He is left handed then?

My lefty daughter has conquered handwriting this year - suddenly her writing is beautiful, with the target of a 'pen license' when she goes up to Year 4, she decided to improve... and did! The righty has gone down hill however, and given up joining letters which doesn't bother me but seems to be an issue for her teacher. Guess I sit it out, mostly we write emails now anyway and her IT is sh*t hot!!

message 2: by Liz (new) - rated it 4 stars

Liz Max's writing is way behind his other abilities at the mo' and It can't be easy being left-handed. For a start you can't see what you've just written, plus he also mirrors many of his numbers & letters. I'm hoping this book will help me, help him!

It's scary, how little we actually write by hand these days, my handwriting isn't exactly amazing.....

message 3: by Em (new) - rated it 3 stars

Em Jolie did exactly that.... No spaces and mirrored letters. Also v young in class being end of Aug b-day, it's taken a while for it all to come together. She used to find writing v tiring too.

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