Part I – Beginner
What you’ll get in this 63-page digital handbook:
70+ Handwriting Exercises for Kids at a Beginning Level
Handwriting exercises require repetitive pencil strokes with helpful prompts to support a child’s handwriting development and emotional support. Exercises include circles, curves, sharp angles, waves and other types of handwriting lines.
16 pages of fun Tracing, Coloring and Hand Strength Exercises
Fun and playful activities that encourage kids to be creative while “hardwiring” the brain for higher learning functions.
5+ pages of Introductory information on why Handwriting Exercises can “Rewire the Brain”
Background information to help guide you through the exercises and why handwriting exercises and activities target areas of the brain that can help with self-regulation and writing.
Handwriting Exercises Created for Kids at a Beginning Level
Age is not specified for this handbook. All children at a beginning level may benefit from this handbook, not just young kindergartners or first graders. Older children who have emotional delays, missed milestones, weak hand strength and poor handwriting skills may need the beginner handbook before advancing to an intermediate level.
Part II – Intermediate
What you’ll get in this 39-page digital handbook:
20 Pages of Handwriting Exercises for Kids at an Intermediate Level
Handwriting exercises in this handbook require more refined pencil grip, hand strength and hand-eye coordination. This handbook includes smaller print that is at a more intermediate level for kids who are ready for the next level. Exercises specifically target improving impulse control and muscle memory for better emotional control.
5+ Pages Introductory information on Repetitive Handwriting and Mindful Tracing Activities
Detailed description breaking down why repetitive handwriting exercises are important for emotional development, impulse control and sensory-motor integration. Introductory information also discusses why mindful tracing activities for developing muscle control and muscle memory is so important for handwriting development.
10 pages of Tracing Exercises for Muscle Memory
Simple and playful tracing activities are included in the intermediate handbook to help kids develop more muscle memory. Both impulse control and muscle memory are needed for attention and focus in the classroom. These activities help get the hands working together with the eyes before the kids transition to writing free-style.
Part III – Advanced
The Rewiring the Brain Advanced handbook provides handwriting exercises and activities for kids who are ready for a higher challenge to help with self-regulation, retention and attention and focus. In this digital handbook, you will get PDF exercises, activities and information designed to help kids at an advanced level.
What you’ll get in this 51-page digital handbook:
51 Pages of Handwriting Exercises and Information for Kids at an Advanced Level
Handwriting exercises in this handbook were created for kids at an advanced level. Kids at this level have better developed pencil grip, hand strength, and fine motor skills. The advanced handbook includes even smaller print than the intermediate handbook and more challenging exercises for kids who are ready for the next step of handwriting and emotional growth. Exercises in the advanced handbook target emotional control, learning retention and cognitive organization.
9+ Pages Introductory information on Emotional Regulation and Repetitive Movements
Information breaking down each piece of handbook and target areas. Each section provides more details on the benefits handwriting exercises have on emotional regulation, sustained attention and focus, visual motor skills and memory. In addition, recommendations are included to help kids complete the exercises successfully.
14 pages of Doodling Exercises and Doodling Paper
Fun and creative doodling section designed to help kids with impulse control, brain breaks, retaining information and attention and focus. Doodling activities can improve long-term memory while allowing kids to process emotions and higher learning concepts. The first 10 pages give kids ideas and templates to recreate the images. The last few pages of the handbook include blank pages so kids can utilize this space for their own inspired creations.
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT THE REWIRING THE BRAIN HANDBOOKS?
“All we did was brain exercises and the Rewiring the Brain activities before going to school. Emotionally he is much better and has almost no emotional breakdowns like he used to. His handwriting is really not like it was so I am going to buy Part 2 as well.”