What kind of muscles do you use when You write with a pencil?
Skeletal (striated) muscles of the fingers, hands and forearm.
it depends on how you use it. if you write "The President leads the country" it is a verb. but if you use it to describe something, it would be an adjective like in the sentence "Can you hand me the lead pencil?" what pencil? The lead pencil. it can also be a noun like "Lead is heavy." Therefore, lead can be an verb, adjective, or noun.
Large motor skills are the skills used to walk, run, climb ex. These skills use mainly your back, leg and arm muscles. Small motor skills are skills used to write, draw, and point your toes. They also help with picking things up such as holding a pencil or fork. These skills mainly use your ankel, feet, fingers and wriste muscles.
A Keyboard or Typewriter! Don't press down so hard when you do actually write with a pen or pencil. I get writers cramp when I sign a check because I don't practice writing. I'm always using some sort of keyboard where I used to have to write stuff down. Therefore, the muscles I used to use to write have gone soft, thanks to the computer. If you wish to erase writers cramp completely, start writing…