Left handed

There are a few simple things teachers can do in the classroom to make a dramatic difference to left-handers in their early years at school and avoid problems as they develop through the education system.

These are basic things such as:

Sitting a left-handed child on the left side of writing areas so they do not bump elbows with the child next to them
Demonstrating a correct writing grip and encouraging an effective writing position
Having left-handed scissors available and know how to use them.
Understanding that left-handers will form some letters in a different direction to right-handers.

– See more at: http://www.anythinglefthanded.co.uk/teacher-training-left-handed-children.html#sthash.0rROzhsF.dpuf

More about being left handed. Take a look at the image…
Can you see the white triangle?

What about this image? What can you see?



Class teacher at Robin Hood School. Literacy Coordinator

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