Having a left-handed child is often a source of questions for parents, especially when learning to write: how to help? Will my left-handed child have trouble writing, reading? Will he be good at arts or sports?
First, be aware that your child may be left handed, but right-handed, eye, and vice versa.
The southpaw, hand, will experience difficulties in a world majority right. The material, from the school is adapted for right-handed, writing from left to right (for French), etc ...
In this world of right-handedness, being left-handed can have certain consequences ... of ill-being, of inconvenience, with sometimes even certain physical inconveniences, due above all to an environment, objects and poorly adapted tools. Thanks to some tips on this file, left-handers can escape more or less these inconveniences.
Thus, there are several right handed products that are available for left-handed people. We think mainly of scissors, school equipment in general and the various musical instruments.
Dr. Michel Galobardès, former researcher in pedagogy at the University of Toulouse, answers all the questions you ask yourself, as a southpaw and parent of a left-handed child, and gives you a multitude of practical advice for the help.
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Author: Ide Parenty.
Last updated: August 2015.