Judy Hanning / Apr 24, 2023
What is dysgraphia? Dysgraphia is a learning disorder of writing ability at any stage that includes problems with letter formation, grammar, letter spacing, spelling, writing rate, fine motor...Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 8, 2023
The brain processes differently when one writes something by hand as opposed to typing on a keyboard or by touching a screen. Studies have shown that writing improves one’s memory. Students absorb...Read more
Judy Hanning / Nov 20, 2022
Handwriting as it is indicated in the word is writing done by hand. There are different types of handwriting: cursive, pre-cursive, print and calligraphy. Each person has a different and unique...Read more
root / Nov 5, 2022
Let’s get into it. Score yourself as we go. Just add a 1 to your score for each yes answer. Question #1 Does your child have difficulty holding pencils, pens, or markers, or holds them awkwardly?...Read more
root / Oct 29, 2022
Are you frustrated because you’ve tried to help but they still struggle with writing? And maybe you’re a bit confused because your child may seem very intelligent. They just have trouble with writing, and you wonder why.Read more
Judy Hanning / Nov 21, 2019
Trouble writing. Whether it be sloppy handwriting or the ability to get ideas on paper. Could it be dysgraphia? Learn about dysgraphia in this infographicRead more
Judy Hanning / Nov 21, 2019
Many thinkers break out the pencils or thinking time. There's a reason why. Find out why in this infographic.Read more
Ways To Handle Dysgraphia
Judy Hanning / Jul 23, 2019
One exercise you can do with dyslexic kids to help them is have them circle the main idea when they are practicing reading.Read more
Lessons For Parents With Dyslexic Kids
Judy Hanning / Jul 22, 2019
Dysgraphia is when people have issued with written expression and it is based in the brain and not laziness.Read more
In The World Of Dysgraphia
Judy Hanning / Jul 15, 2019
Kids who have dysgraphia can experience difficulty in writing, spelling, or they could be experiencing both.Read more