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Q: My husband and I are both professionals and we want our daughter to do well. She has a good grasping power and a good memory. But she seems to have a problem with writing. She is in Ist standard and knows how to write capital and small alphabets, but does not write them within the ruled lines. Is it a cuase to worry?

Sagaraika (Dubai, UAE)

A: Your problem is a common problem of current generation parents who want the best from their child from day one. Relax. The child has a long way to go. Since the child has shared your brilliant genes there is no way your child will lag behind. Do not transfer your stress to the child. Let your daughter learn at her own pace.

Dr. Subba Rao


Q: My five-year-old daughter does not write properly. How serious is this problem? How do I make her write properly? She recognizes all the alphabets, numbers, shapes and colors perfectly. But refuses to write the alphabets and even if she writes, she does not write it within the lines.

Bharavi (Mumbai, India)

A: Based on what you have written, there does not seem to be a cause for concern. It seems that your child is normal. The fact that he recognizes colors shapes and alphabets is certainly good. Be patient. She will learn in due course.

Dr. R. K. Anand


Q: My son often gets remarks from school for bad handwriting. He is in the Ist standard. He writes well at home, but refuses to write in school. How can I help him? Is this a serious cause to worry?

Ashna (Delhi, India)

A: I think you are expecting too much from a small child. Encourage him to keep writing at home. All he needs is practice. He will improve automatically as he grows up. There is no need to worry at all.

Dr. Subba Rao


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