Famous people with dysgraphia

Following on from my post on famous people with dyslexia, I have put together a list of famous people with dysgraphia. Dyslexia and dysgraphia often go hand in hand and because of this, many people won’t realise that dysgraphia is actually a separate issue. In the...

Fine motor skills activities – how to help your child

If your child has difficulties with tasks such as writing, drawing and cutting, it is highly likely they have poor fine motor skills. It is these skills which allow us to control the small muscles in our hands and wrists with ease. Fine motor skills activities include...

How to teach handwriting to a child with dysgraphia

How to teach handwriting to a child with dysgraphia Ella has always had an issue with her fine motor skills – even as a toddler. She showed signs of being left handed very early on and has these long, bendy fingers that never developed any real strength. Writing was...

Dysgraphia games – Scattergories

Dysgraphia games are a great way to have fun with your child – of all ages – while they practice their pencil grip, handwriting and fine motor skills. One of the best dysgraphia games that is a family favourite in many households is Scattergories. This is...

Best games for dysgraphia

This blog I’m going to be focusing on games for dysgraphia for older children to play at home. What is dysgraphia? Dysgraphia is of course all about bad handwriting, but it’s also about so much more. When a child has dysgraphia, the act of writing is so mentally and...

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