Difficulties in Handwriting
What can I do if I see my child
having difficulties in handwriting?
Use a mechanical lead pencil
Use a loose-leaf binder (3”) as a writing surface. Face the back of the binder away from the child to create a 30-degree angle for writing. This writing surface helps the child be in a functional position during writing.
Skip lines on the paper to make writing inside spaces easier.
Teach space exaggeration, using Popsicle sticks, tongue depressors, etc. Cue your child to place these props after each word to help them understand spacing.
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