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With good handwriting, a child can do better in studies
Parents should periodically assess the academic performance of their children, as they have to face the brunt if their children underperform in academics, forcing them to look at various options to turn around their performances.

ONE OPTION, which could be tried by the parents is to assess the hand writing skills of their children and then to make them more focused on bettering their hand writing skills. By doing this, chances are very bright that these children will make a good change for the better in their academic career.

Research has indicated that children who can write well have improved confidence, self-esteem, increased concentration, improved academic performance and an increased ability to express themselves creatively.

According to a recent news report, some anxious parents in Kolkata had tried the above methods for their under-performing children and the results that followed were encouraging. 

These parents had taken the support of Occupational Therapists. These therapists while assessing a child's handwriting also take note of various components like child's workstation, posture, writing tool use, behaviour, writing speed, legibility and content.

The idea of writing this article is to make parents aware that good handwriting enormously helps a child in bettering his academic career and therefore parents must keep emphasising on the children to give their best to achieve beautiful handwriting skills. Teachers should also take note of this issue and guide students to go in for nice handwriting skills for overall improvement in their performance.

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