Jayden loves him some numbas and lettas so much so that he incorporates counting and identifying letters every chance that he gets. He also asks Greg and I to write them out for him and often refuses to try on his own (excluding the number 1). Treating Mommy and Daddy like his little puppets is his specialty. He expects us to do everything for him. But frankly, I’m tired of being his numba and letta powerhouse, writing at every whine.
It would be uber cool to be able to brag about my almost 3-year-old who writes his letters and numbers ever-so-perfectly. But for the sake of independence more importantly, I think I’m going to pursue handwriting lessons full force. So I’m forcing my boy to man up a little, lol, which will essentially prepare him for academic success. Tough love? Nah.
THROWBACK! Jay counting rocks last June
At what age did your child start learning how to write? What resources worked best for him/her?
Number and letter worksheets from First School.
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