This is a sponsored post with BIC. As always, all opinions are my own.
School is just around the corner for kids – I know in some states kids have already returned. My kids are getting really excited about returning – even though summer seemed to fly by way too fast this year.
National Left Handers Day is this coming Sunday (August 13th) so I thought there was no better time to talk about being left-handed and share some tips!
You see, growing up I was the only one in my entire family who was left-handed – in fact I think I was the only left-handed student during most of my grade school years. It was never a big deal to me, but some kids (and adults) felt the need to point it out. The only thing I did with my right hand was use scissors, because up until 1st grade there were no left-handed scissor options for me – which was ok. I remember one of my teachers finally purchasing a pair for me and I couldn’t cut a straight line at all! I’ve stuck with the right-handed scissors since.