Many parents, when they see that their child is left-handed, are beginning to show concern. That my friends faced with this problem, and to be honest they are really shocked! Should we re-educate a child? How to behave with a child who is "left-handed", "Why some children are left-handed?", "How can parents understand it whether child is left-handed or right-handed& Maybe there are some special methods?
i think that it is really not very hard to understand it. i am sure that you will see it right from the birth. if you see that he grabs everything with the right hand then i think that you may be sure that he is right-handed. but if you notice him grabbing everything with his left hand the i am sure that he is left-handed. that is what i think about it. but i do not know anything from the medical point of view. maybe there are some other ways with the help of which you may know whether your child is left-handed or right -handed. that is everything i may tell you about. good luck and everything the best.
I think it's very easy to understand if the child is left-handed or right-handed. If your child does everything (writes, eats) with the right hand, he is right handed, if he does everything with the left hand, he is left handed. Everybody is usually right handed but there are also exceptions. It's quite normal when you child is left handed, you don't need to re-educate him. Relax and just spend more time with your kid.
To find out the predisposition of the child to ensure that the use of the left or right hand can be as early as 3-4 months. At this time, the children begin to lose rudimentary reflexes and begin more intelligently use his hands. That hand, which is beginning to lose these reflexes, is usually used to lead, but to determine it you must sometimes show a child to a specialist. You can also simply ask the child in a playful way to perform a few simple tests. Ask the child to twist his fingers "lock". That hand is the lead, which is the thumb on top. Ask your child to cross his arms. Hand lying on top is potentially leading. Ask pat hands. Leading is the hand that executes at the same time an active role.
Many people try to teach their children to write with a right hand, you know But personally I think that it is not very important what hand your child use to write or to do something. Most of the children use their left hand, but then their parents teach them to do everything with their right hand. So to make your child right-handed, you should teach him
Interlace your fingers in a "lock". If it proved to be the top finger of his right hand - a sign of the right-hander. Take Napoleon pose (arms crossed on his chest). The hand that was on top - leading. Applause. Right-handed slam with his right hand on his left hand fixed, left-hander –vice versa. Children usually applaud with both palms, posed parallel to each other - a sign of ambidexterity, also applies to adults, applaud with both hands. Man gesturing usually leading hand. If the child already knows how to write, ask them to write their name at the same time with both hands open or closed eyes. As a rule, the left-hander put both hands in the center of the sheet and begin to write with his right hand from left to right, and left - right to left. With eyes closed, left-hander wrote his name in the mirror and opened as usual.
Remember that if the child is mainly uses his left hand - this is not a bad habit, and do not try to correct it. Thus is particularly brain development. More precisely define left-handed or right-handed child can only be in three years. It's enough to look closely at the baby, which hand he takes the spoon as comb, brushes his teeth. Still, at this age, some things pipsqueak cannot do the main hand. And only at the age of four years already we can say for sure whether a child left-handed or right-handed. The right hemisphere of the brain is responsible for emotions, and left - for logic, so lefties and righties are not only the fact that they write different hands. Given that the left-hander dominated by the right hemisphere, it is more susceptible and sensitive, so you need to pay attention to the education methods.
I think that you will notice that when your child will be around two or three years old. But don't bother trying to influence her hand preference. While genetics alone don't entirely explain why someone ends up right- or left-handed, hardwiring of your child's nervous system is at least part of the reason. Forcing her to use her right hand when she's really a lefty is unlikely to work in the long run and will only confuse or frustrate her along the way.If your child eventually shows a preference for using her left hand, buy her scissors designed for left-handed users, supply her with a "lefty" baseball glove
You know, I have noticed that almost all the children use their left hand to do anything, and their parents are really concerned about that. They begin to teach them to use the right hand when they do something. And I guess that it is important, as when child's parents do not teach their child this, he will be a left-handed
i do not think that it is really very hard to understand .i think that you would easily see it , because your child would take everything with the right hand or with the left hand and then you would be sure which hand your child uses for it. that is what i think about it. but i do not understand what for you need to know it, i think that you would see it when your child would be a bit older because now you would not see it at all. but of course it is your choice,but i hope that you would not make your child to use the other hand just because you do not want him to use the left hand, i think that it is really very rude and not normal.
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