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Discovering the world around them can be exciting and fun for young children, but frustrating if things don’t work for them. During the early years, your child will enjoy and repeat games and tasks that give an instant reward, and quickly lose interest in those that cause frustration or do not seem to work well. By using the simple tips in this guide, you can remove unnecessary obstacles from your child’s first experiences, allowing them to explore their world with confidence and develop their skills successfully.
If your child shows any preference for their left hand, you should ensure they have items that work well if used left-handed and help them with some simple guidance that will make activities a rewarding and positive experience they will want to repeat. Using the simple tips and guidance in this book you will be able to help your child avoid the frustrations that can builds up from using the wrong equipment and approaches and give them a head-start for when they start school.
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But don’t miss out on the advice and tips on helping left-handed children that will get your child off to a great start and keep them on track as they develop and start school.
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It is the small things that you do to help your child while they are young that will make a big difference as they get older.