Simply put, graphomotorics is the ability to hold a pencil and write.
Children from the earliest age develop fine motor on the hand; that is movements of the palm and fingers. By encouraging motor skills, the adjacent zones in the brain that manage speech are encouraged.
The ability that young children will develop is a prerequisite for success in later graphic activities, drawing, painting and writing.
With graph-motor exercises, the child develops not only motility but also attention, orientation, speech. It remembers the previously adopted movements and uses them in new situations and thoughts.