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Handwriting

Your child may understand how to form letters and numbers correctly but doing it neatly is a challenge. Teaching the child to consistently use a proper pencil may still be a struggle. There may even be enough dysfunction in writing to get an official label like dysgraphia.

A good pencil grasp is key to good, efficient handwriting. If you have tried to teach your child how to hold a pencil correctly and he still has a grip like those illustrated here or he doesn’t write on the line or the spacing is erratic, then these questions begs answering, “Why?”

These types of symptoms often stem from a lack of good brain/body connections. The distance from the brain to the fingertips is a long way for signals to travel.

Many children have low muscle tone because lots of running and playing outside is curtailed by safety issues as well as the belief that more time needs to be spent INSIDE in the classroom.

There may be eye convergence or eye tracking issues causing the child not the see correctly what he is writing.

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