Children when we provide different types of pencils in their thicknesses and different strokes, make figures, straight lines and curves, thus strengthening the shape of their strokes and thus improving their motor skills.
We mean by this, it is very important for a child from an early age is allowed to draw with different paints, since they are the first steps towards motor development then allowed to learn to write.
In this way they will gradually learn to respect the space you have in the worksheet by placing objects properly, and giving a ratio according to the size of the hours we give to draw. From the drawings they exercise a lot, especially the intent of what they convey.
At first you can start teaching him to draw playing with his hands, with representative figures, which can then later give them an itinerary. You can also provide you with sponges to conduct painting spots representing some figures, which eventually will take a more real as they advance in their learning, the fingertips are essential to give completion to the pass them and they practice their skills to better manage hands.
The tempera, watercolors and pencils and crayons, are best friends, for your child to express and gradually acquire motor learning which will then allowing for proper writing.