Although psychology, and some specialist psychologists in particular, can point to the reasons why people behave in certain ways, there is something singularly unique about a child's handwriting that can accurately reflect their current state of mind, character and temperament. Although it is not the final arbiter, having a really poor handwriting at an early age may well point to a problem that will need professional help. However, the issue may not be serious enough to warrant that sort of intervention. At school level, the good news is that help is at hand for the caring parent.
A Good pencil grip is one of the first steps to developing good handwriting skills. As a parent you can help you child to develop good pencil grip. Correct pencil grip will allow your child to write quickly and smoothly, while a tight or incorrect grip can hinder writing.
Without any illustrations or samples of handwriting, you have to use your imagination to imagine how the words look like while I describe how they would look like. I take this as a challenge and this will be the first step for me to introduce the science of handwriting analysis to you. Let's look at three simplest but important traits that could be seen in handwriting.