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hello everyone, i am a mother of 3 year old. my child has speech delay. now he is in school. there is alot improvement but he doesn't want to write. nor he wants to sit at a place. what can i do

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hi sis, all are are not convenient with others pls guide the child after all he is a small have no idea to adopt others find some because I suffered with same situation then I was send him near institution for few times and give some attractive things in which he engaged then gradually habituated for school where 6 months crossed his education period so have managed it if my words give any destruction pls forgive me thank you

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Hi dear. Just sit back and relax. A child should be introduced to writing only at the age of 4 as muscles required for writing develops at 4. We can wait till 5 to 6 years and then intervene . If you will try to force him in any ways will do more bad than good. So my advice would be...learning is a normal milestone.. will be achieved in time...need not to do anything in this regard..allow him to enjoy and wait till 5 to 6 years of age

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