A couple of years ago I had my six year old daughter conduct the test to see which of her eyes was dominant. At that time, when I asked what she saw while performing the test I determined she was right eye dominant and I knew she was already right handed so I didn't think I had to worry about which way to have her learn to shoot. Fast forward to last night. I was cleaning my muzzleloader and showed her how to properly shoulder the rifle and look through the scope. I noticed she kept trying to lift her head over the stock and look through the scope with her left eye. I corrected her a couple of times and she kept doing it. I then had her conduct the eye dominance test again and we determined she is in fact left eye dominant. She has only shot an air rifle and a .22 a few times with open sights so she doesn't have muscle memory developed shooting right. I did some research on the internet and found different opinions on which way to teach her to shoot. I was also planning on getting her a compound bow this year and I am a little concerned that she will struggle with pulling it back while using her non dominant arm. What are some of your guys thoughts on what coarse of action would be best?