Give your child the best start at writing with tools to train correct muscle development, remediate problem grasps, ensure correct grip that is essential for ease of written output at later years at school. Handwriting is not a lost art, even with technology, its essential for hand and fine motor functioning and should be taught correctly from the outset as its difficult to change later on.
An essential for any learner writer to ensure the correct grip and development of correct muscle balances. This grip is also important for children who hold the pencil with their thumb across their index finger to retrain the muscles for a more efficient, functional grip.
The learner pencil is essential for young children and should be a standard in any classroom. The pencil is wider in diameter with indents ( to strengthen small hands), triangular shaped to promote a tripod grasp prevent inefficient grips developing and has a softer lead to reduce the pressure ( and hence muscle fatigue). A must for all new writers and those struggling with handwriting. Variation available.
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The essentials for handwriting development in one pack including a range of pencil, grips, charts and instructions on how to promote a good functional grasp that will reduce fatigue and promote good efficient handwriting that will make a huge difference as your child moves through school. This pack can be tailored by this therapist for individual needs. Classroom kits can also be provided
While it may seem expensive the stabile range are so worth the investment. My top therapist pick of pencils for all writing levels. They are ergonomic, soft leaded and nearly impossible to use without the correct finger grip. There are graded levels from beginner writers through to ink pens. They not just ensure correct pencil grasp, they are ergonomic, and have soft leads and rollerball ball ink, which greatly affects the pressure needed when writing, hence energy efficient.
Customisable sensory kits for individuals or classroom needs. Please contact directly through the website.
A must for any sensory child who seeks movement. These are great on their chairs and especially when the wiggly child can't sit still on a mat. It also has multiple uses for motor skills by challenging balance and postural control control.
Chewy Jewellery in a range of shapes and colours for your sensory seeker. Oral input is an effective calming strategies and these cool necklaces provide that needed input and protect your Childs clothing, pencils and whatever else they try to use.