Handwriting affects mental development.

    Learning to write stimulates the development of neural connections and creates a solid foundation for his future.

    Adults forget up to 90% of new knowledge in just a week. Our brain works as a filter, storing important information and discarding unnecessary ones.

    The brain considers important the new knowledge that we use in practice. One of the ways to strengthen neural connections is writing.

   When we write by hand, we both remember the information that we write down, and at the same time train our memory.

   Typing on the keyboard can save us a lot of time and energy, help us collect a high-quality digital archive, but reduces our ability to learn new things.

    No keyboard can replace the mechanisms of "thinking on paper".

   Handwriting activates various areas of the brain, including those responsible for motor skills, imagination and visualization.

   This is a more complex activity than typing on a keyboard, and the motor pathways are involved only when writing by hand. Every letter, circled word, underlined paragraph or marginal mark leaves a mark in our memory.

   The sooner a person learns the skill of thinking on paper, the better. While not yet able to write, the child can visualize his ideas, feelings and thoughts. This develops his imagination, communication skills and information interpretation.

   This is the basis and important preparation for the student's future academic life.

   If the skill is not formed, then problems manifest themselves both in the professional and in the everyday life of an adult. Writing, typing, and even buttoning are extremely difficult without advanced fine motor skills.

Motor skills include:

- the development of fine musculature of the fingers, lightness of the hand, sensory-motor connections and coordination, contributing to the performance of arbitrary movements and high-precision corrections in strength, speed, orientation and scope;
- development of the spatially oriented ability of motor orientation and coordination on a limited plane: a ruler, a row, a cell; rapid finding of the left and right sides, etc.;
- formation of visual-motor images and representations. the development of analytical perception and reproduction of subject images and letter signs in a piecemeal and holistic way.

   Graphic skill involves: the ability to beautifully and easily draw graphic elements of various contents with oscillatory, rotational, smooth, tear-off and rhythmic movements.

    The most important element of learning to write is the formation of a graphic skill.

    When evaluating graphic skills, it should be remembered that a graphic skill is certain habitual positions and movements of the writing hand that allow you to depict signs and their connections.

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