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Handwriting. You focus on letter memory, formation, sizing, spacing, and line placement. You try to find the right handwriting program from choices like Zaner-Bloser, D’Nealian, and Handwriting Without Tears. You make sure a child’s little hand is ready for writing, … Continue reading
When I ask a parent to describe their concerns regarding their child’s handwriting, I usually hear one of the following responses: “It’s messy.” “You can’t really read it.” “It doesn’t look as good as his peers.” While that’s all well … Continue reading
Handwriting Without Tears. D’Nealian. Zaner-Bloser. While these words might look like gibberish, they are actually the names of some of the most common handwriting programs used in schools today. Believe it or not, I’ve had some pretty hot debates with parents and … Continue reading