Entry By: Kim Wiggins, OTR/L, HWT, CP-BC
A minor handwriting technique with a huge benefit is the use of the non-dominant hand to stabilize the paper while writing. The use of the non-dominant hand on the paper facilitate good handwriting posture, sensory feedback, and encourages bilateral coordination. Try placing one of these finger eye puppets on a finger from your student’s non-dominant hand. Instruct the child to allow the “Google Guy” to watch what you are writing. You can purchase them from this website (12 for $2.75): http://www.oobieyes.com/GooglyEyes.html
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