22 October, 2010

Tear-Free Handwriting

Letters and Numbers for Me
My eight year old was a super early reader, but legible handwriting has always been a challenge for her (And her mother, for that matter). So, last year, my daughter's second grade teacher recommended the Handwriting Without Tears workbook series for at-home handwriting practice. 
The series was developed by occupational therapist Jan Olsen, so it is a great resource for  kids with fine motor skill difficulties. There are workbooks from pre-kindergarten through grade five. The workbooks are simple and enjoyable. My daughter actually looks forward to practicing her handwriting now. Which is quite an improvement.

To visit the Handwriting Without Tears website, click here.

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