A palmar supinate grasp that is often referred to as a “fisted grasp” usually develops around 1 to 1½ years.
The child typically holds the texta, crayon or pencil in a fist with their thumb on top of their fingers, and their arms and hand move as a whole. At first they may make light marks that might be brief or even seem accidental. With practice your child will learn that when I move my crayon in a certain way, I can see my marks.
How to Help Develop Skills
You can give your child a large sheet of paper and a crayon or invite them to watch and imitate your own scribble, as you describe yours or their scribble att
empts e.g. “round and round and round”, “dot, dot, dot , dot, dot”