Thursday, December 7, 2017

Letter Practice

You’ve heard the argument: Handwriting is over—it’s keyboarding skills all the way. Not so fast. Of course our students need strong keyboarding and tech skills, but handwriting has benefits and creates brain connections that can’t be easily replaced. Here are a few reasons why handwriting matters

1. Good handwriting skills lead to stronger academic performance.
2. Using pen and paper boosts memory.
3. Good handwriting helps kids focus.

Take a look at Pre-K, hitting pencil to paper and practicing writing the "Jj."

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