Left-handed writing requires
a correct grip and correct paper positioning. If they are made
to write like right-handers, but using their left hand, they
often end up with a very cramped position and a "hook" wiring
style that is painful and slow - not great for exams in later
life! As children start to use ink
pens, a left-handed nib cut-off in the correct direction
is essential if they want to avoid a blotty mess.
Even simple things like
sharing a desk can be made complicated - always put the left-hander on the left-side
of the shared desk or there will be clashing elbows and arguments all day.
the range of helpful left-handed children's items at Anything