Should a 4 year old use a pencil?

Yes, a 4-year-old can start using a pencil to draw and write, although they may not have developed the fine motor skills to do so with precision. At this age, it is common for children to hold the pencil with a full fist or with three fingers, rather than the typical tripod grasp. It’s important to encourage them to practice and provide opportunities for them to develop their writing and drawing skills. Activities such as coloring, tracing, and playing with playdough or small objects can help improve their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

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