We all wish that our handwriting should be very beautiful. But despite trying a lot, we are not able to make our handwriting beautiful. Today we are going to tell you some effective and valuable tips to improve handwriting. Let’s know about these tips.
First of all, you should find out about the bad letters or words present in your handwriting or handwriting. For this, you write 2-3 paragraphs on a page at regular speed. After writing completely, mark or circle the bad letters in it separately with a red pen. You will see that there are only a few words or letters in your handwriting that you have to work on. Most of the other letters will be correct.
Now start writing these letters and words. And gradually you keep increasing your speed. After about 10-12 times you write at your normal speed. If you still can’t write your letters correctly, repeat this action again.
The second biggest reason why your handwriting looks bad is the size and shape of the letters. Now write the paragraph once again and mark those letters and words due to which the shape of your words is getting spoiled. Now write it 10 to 12 times and fix it.
The third tip is the distance between the two words. Many times we write it is correct and beautiful, but we are not able to keep the right distance between two words, due to which handwriting does not look good. To improve this, you first write by keeping the finger of your other hand or any other small object. Write at your normal speed in 10 to 12 times.
You will see that your handwriting has changed a lot after trying for a while. Now all you need to do is practice daily.
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