RinG-Pen

The ring pen is perfectly balanced and requires very little side finger support. It fits the hand comfortably and reduces the tension that dyspraxics and arthritics may experience with other pens. Prevents writers cramp, good for carpal tunnell syndrome. It makes writing easier and more fluid, enabling better writing endurance with less fatigue. Very comfortable. … Continue reading RinG-Pen

Dinosaur pencil grip stops thumb wrapping and encourages reluctant writers – pack of 1 or 4 dinosaur grips

Choose from a pack of 1 or 4 dinosaur pencil grips – colours chosen at random Completely stops the fingers from crossing over as they won’t reach over the spines Trains and strengthens the correct pencil grip Easy and logical to use Design will encourage reluctant writers to take to their pencils! Made in safe … Continue reading Dinosaur pencil grip stops thumb wrapping and encourages reluctant writers – pack of 1 or 4 dinosaur grips

Handwriting with too much pressure. The reasons why and 16 ideas to help reduce pencil pressure

Handwriting with too much pressure? If you or your child is constantly breaking their pencil lead, is tearing through their paper or complaining of their hand hurting then the likelihood is that they are applying too much pressure when writing. The reasons why your child might write with too much pressure Pencil pressure is dependent upon … Continue reading Handwriting with too much pressure. The reasons why and 16 ideas to help reduce pencil pressure

String Along Lacing Game – Fine Motor and Finger Strengthening for handwriting

Excellent game for finger strengthening. We recommend buying this product with a comfy pencil grip to ensure the tripod grip is used and strengthened during play. The pen included is round and slippy and would be hard to hold onto for many Dyspraxics. We added a grip and it was perfect. We have included an … Continue reading String Along Lacing Game – Fine Motor and Finger Strengthening for handwriting