Your little darling has been scribbling for a long time but now his strokes on the paper have started taking a definite shape. Your child will be very interested in making circular strokes, swirls and may even try to form letters.
What you need to know
Your child can now imitate simple shapes that you draw on the paper. Draw a line or a circle and your baby is able to copy it to some extent. As his fine motor skills and wrist movement are better developed now, he is able to hold the crayon better and cover the entire page with drawings rather than scribbling at a small part. It is important not to put pressure on the child to write and let him do it at his own pace.
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