Dysgraphia: How to Recognize Signs of Dysgraphia in Your Child
Children struggling with dysgraphia often struggle with written language and how well they are able to express and organize their thoughts on paper. Many times there is a disconnection in the brain that prevents a child from retrieving the information needed from their short-term and long-term memory.
Tips and Tricks
Activities should be done for at least 20 minutes per day. Repetition and practice is key. All activities require adult supervision in the beginning and can be used in conjunction with music therapy and gross motor development if needed.