Handwriting

Handwriting

Many underlying skills are required for efficient and legible handwriting. Particularly important skills include fine motor coordination, hand strength and endurance, and visual perception. A child's ability to sustain attention to table top tasks is also critically important for legible handwriting. For children with difficulties mastering these skills, handwriting can be a chore causing them to avoid school work altogether. Consider these therapist-approved tools to help your child develop the skills required for legible handwriting!

Pencil Grips

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Handwriting  Without Tears

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