We learn how to move by starting off with clumsy movements and ending up with more refined motor skills. This is why your child should use his or her whole body when engaging in writing exercises for the very first time. Subsequently they should include their arm and continue by performing the exercises with the help of pencil and paper. Apart from that you can easily integrate some of the exercises into everyday life – for instance, when you ask your child to stir a creamy dessert, roll out the cookie dough or clean the tiles in the bathroom with a cloth by making large circular movements. During your holiday at the seaside, your child can use a stick to draw circles in the sand, while at home, sitting at a table, he or she may employ a paintbrush and colours to put circles on a large sheet of paper.