According to studies, children who study calligraphy show a high percentage of good results.
Calligraphy initially carries an educational function with it that has a certain imperceptible effect, it enables the child to feel and practice beauty along with the study of calligraphy.
No doubt, the aesthetic environment is very useful for the mental abilities and character development of the child.
Let’s see together what calligraphy can give a child.
A child who is engaged in calligraphy enriches his cultural knowledge
When children write in the copy-books, they meet beautiful lines from poems, famous sayings and aphorisms, classical Chinese works, and, of course, when they encounter this often, they remember everything well, imperceptibly enriching their knowledge, and increase their cultural level.
When practicing calligraphy, the child’s attentiveness rises
In inattentive children, as well as in children who find it difficult to concentrate, calligraphy can help fix this. In calligraphy, special importance is given to structure, calligraphic features, great importance is given to the sublime; Calligraphy is a very delicate activity. To write hieroglyphs beautifully, you need to fully concentrate, a significant concentration of attention is required. If you train in writing hieroglyphs often, this will help to increase attention in the child.
Calligraphy contributes to the psychosomatic development of the child
In order to practice calligraphy, it is necessary to comprehensively use the movements of the fingers, wrists and hands from the shoulder to the wrists and the brain must fully coordinate their movements and flexibility. Therefore, regular calligraphy classes contribute to the growth and development of the brain. Primary and high school students are in a “golden” period of development and should take this great opportunity to develop their brain.
A child who is engaged in calligraphy increases self-confidence
Writing is a basic skill for elementary school students. If you write hieroglyphics more beautifully than other students, it is easy to get the teacher’s benevolence and attract the attention of classmates, which helps the child increase self-confidence.
Children with excellent results in calligraphy can participate in city, provincial and national competitions, which tempers the child, increases his self-confidence, and of course, learning will be more successful.
When practicing calligraphy, educational effectiveness is increased in a child
Some children are irritable and unable to concentrate, cannot sit still while doing homework, which leads to low learning efficiency and makes it difficult to increase their grades. Calligraphy classes help children become calmer, improve their mood, develop concentration and increase the effectiveness of instruction.
A child who is studying calligraphy improves academic performance
Regular calligraphy classes contribute to the formation of good learning habits, and can also improve the results of exams, especially the important ones such as entrance exams to high school, as well as state exams for admission to higher education, where you can get extra points for beautiful handwriting.
If the child is engaged in calligraphy, he practices the willpower
In order to beautifully write hieroglyphs, you need to constantly train. In the process of constant practice, the child naturally develops his willpower.
It should be noted that many children are mobile and love to play, and cannot regularly practice writing hieroglyphs. It is necessary that parents set a personal example, become a model for their child. Therefore, it is recommended that parents and their children practice writing hieroglyphs, which will give children confidence and motivation to continue classes.
Calligraphy helps your child develop character
Calligraphy is the cultural heritage of our country; it has a long history of development. On this long path of speech and writing development, many inspiring stories have appeared, examples for learning. For example, diligent training of Wang Xizhi turned the water in the pond into ink, Huai Su from the Tang Dynasty, who had no paper, wrote on the Japanese banana leaves, and Yan Zhenqing showed his high qualities when he always went to the service with a strong will and preferred death to giving up.
These acts, stories of which have been transmitted through the centuries, are very useful for educating the moral character and perseverance of children. In the process of calligraphy practice, children can also enrich their knowledge, develop internal qualities, strengthen communication between students, expand their horizons and form their artistic and spiritual qualities.
Children who are influenced by the aesthetics of calligraphy and traditional Confucian culture for a long time are becoming kinder; they have a wonderful aesthetic perception.
Therefore, if you still doubt how to discover the interests of the child, how to develop professional skills, calligraphy will really be a great choice for you.
Calligraphy is a picture of the heart, my calligraphy is my heart.