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Two-Finger Spacer [HW4331] - Keep just the right space between letters and words using this Two-Finger Spacer. Emerging writers and those with visual or motor challenges can rely on the spacer's arrow for directionality and a ruler for measurement. The see-through color heightens the intensity of the letters, and it can be
Finger Isolation. Think about everything your child does throughout the day that requires finger isolation: pointing, typing on the computer or another device, tying shoes, counting on his fingers, completing clothing fasteners, picking up small objects, and much more! Get some great ideas on how to work on this important fine motor skill. Read more at: http://theinspiredtreehouse.com/developmental-skills-finger-isolation/
Functional Skills for Kids series and a complete guide to handwriting including developmental progression, fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing concerns, posture, visual perceptual components, play, advanced hand writing tasks, and creative activities for handwriting skills, by Occupational and Physical Therapists.
Here are some free sample pages from a new download packet, Handwriting Templates with Alphabet Guides. This download includes various templates to encourage proper handwriting. The three types of font/layout includes: 1. Dotted line Zaner-Bloser® type font, 2. Double line Handwriting Without Tears® type font and 3. New South Wales (NSW) Foundation Manuscript. The templates …