Few can boast that his child learned to write very easily and quickly. Often the learning process takes place with a lot of mistakes: replacing one letter with another, rearranging syllables, inverted letters. In principle, all this is normal and should not cause particular concern to the parents, but only if it is not about dysgraphia in the child.
For many, this term turns out to be unfamiliar, so for the beginning, let’s see what dysgraphia is in children, and in the following publications we will describe how to deal with it.
Speaking terms and definitions, then dysgraphia – This is a violation of the letter, which consists in replacing the omission or distortion of letters, which is not associated with the assimilation of spelling rules.
It means that all children can confuse letters and syllables at the time of writing and this is absolutely normal. At first, it may be difficult for a child to distinguish h from y, a hard sign from a soft one, etc. And in this case it’s simply meaningless to talk about the presence of any deviations.
Another thing is when a child regularly replaces letters, for example, on o, m on l, and so on, despite constant explanations and reminders from adults. In addition to replacing letters, there may be a permutation of them in some places, or even a distortion of words. And the point here is not that the child is inattentive and certainly not in its development, the problem is completely different – in dysgraphia.
In fact, the process of mastering the letter is quite complicated. In order for the rabbi to master the writing skills at the right period, the coordinated work of several brain structures is necessary. In the process of writing, the inner speech of a person, sight and hand are involved. And the occurrence of a problem in any of the components will unwittingly affect the whole process and errors cannot be avoided.
We hope that now you clearly understand what dysgraphia is and can easily distinguish it from the transitional period, during which the chaotic movement of the hand gradually develops into a conscious letter.
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And the most important thing is that child discrepancy can and must be prevented. There are special games and exercises for this, but we’ll talk about them in the following articles.