Beginning in the first grade of primary school, students experience difficulty with writing, one of the fundamental language abilities.
There are several ways to help students like writing while also making it simple for them to use. The creative drama method engages students and promotes learning while having fun. Like the creative drama approach, creative writing abilities allow the learner to freely express their dreams and thoughts.
The number of different words your child employs in his writing increases as a result of games and activities that involve words. Playing word games with them would be the best approach to make things better. As a result, your youngster will learn to write and speak while having fun. You will reinforce the skills your child is learning at school if you proofread your child’s homework for spelling and punctuation problems.
While writing increases thinking speed and vocabulary, it is also good for mood and reduces stress levels. Writing also helps us to express many things that we cannot easily express verbally.
⇒⇒ Writing by hand increases brain activity in the sensory-motor region. Numerous senses in our brain are activated during writing, including hearing the sounds, seeing what we are writing, and feeling the pressure of the pen on the page.