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GRAPHOMOTOR SKILLS: WHY SOME KIDS HATE TO WRITE


Handwriting is complex perceptual-motor skill that is dependent upon the maturation and integration of a number of cognitive, perceptual and motor skills, and is developed through instruction (Hamstra-Bletz and Blote, 1993; Maeland, 1992). While a plethora of information exists in lay and professional literature about many of the common problems experienced by school age children, … Continue reading

Sensory Integration to Schools, Homes and Businesses


Occupational therapists use a sensory integrative frame of reference when addressing a child’s development of functional skills from a sensory standpoint (Kimball, 1999a). Using the sensory integrative approach, the therapist analyzes the child’s processing of vestibular, proprioceptive, and tactile sensations in relation to his or her ability to learn and move, essential components of the … Continue reading

Handwriting Club: Using Sensory Integration Strategies to Improve Handwriting | Reading Topics A-Z | Reading Rockets


Handwriting Club: Using Sensory Integration Strategies to Improve Handwriting | Reading Topics A-Z | Reading Rockets.

30 Ideas for Teaching Writing – National Writing Project


30 Ideas for Teaching Writing – National Writing Project.

Teaching Writing: The Elementary Years


Teaching Writing: The Elementary Years.

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