Handwriting is more than just a form of communication: It reveals our Personality. Print writing or Block letters, which children are first taught to write, are a sans-serif style of writing the script in which the letters are individual glyphs, with no joining. Learning Print handwriting first improves not just hand-eye coordination but also adds qualities of restraint and conscious thought.
Print letters are the ones that resemble computer letters and typed textual letters. It is important to teach your child to write by hand, in print, as it plays an important role in cognitive development and aids in early reading skills too. Print handwriting helps to develop fine motor skills, develop vocabulary, and become strong writers as it helps to memorize the basic skeleton of letters and recognize them.