Famous people with dysgraphia

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...

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Dysgraphia games – Scattergories

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...

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Best games for dysgraphia

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...

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Symptoms of dysgraphia: For parents

Symptoms of dysgraphia: For parents

So often when we research things online, we’re faced with an overwhelming amount of information which frequently contains confusing technical terms or meaningless filler.  I found this was a big...

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10 strategies for dysgraphia

10 strategies for dysgraphia

Dysgraphia is a complex learning difficulty that like many others is different for all children who suffer from it. Some children see far more severe symptoms and become overwhelmed and exhausted...

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Five fun activities for dysgraphia

Five fun activities for dysgraphia

Five fun activities for dysgraphia to enjoy at home  If your child suffers with dysgraphia, you will have no doubt watched them struggle with all aspects of writing. This common learning difficulty...

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Dyslexia Awareness Month

Dyslexia Awareness Month

October is dyslexia awareness month and that gives me a chance to focus on a subject that I’m very passionate about. Mind your p's and q's Reading and writing is something the majority of us take...

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The best apps for dysgraphia

The best apps for dysgraphia

Before discussing tools that can help, let’s have a look at what dysgraphia actually is. Kids with dysgraphia will generally have unclear and inconsistent handwriting. They also tend to write or copy things very slowly which makes it very hard to complete handwriting tasks. Kids with dysgraphia aren’t lazy or unintelligent. They simply struggle with written expression; basically, the hands can’t keep up with the brain.

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