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The Development of Appropriate Pencil Grip and Drawing Skills - Ages 1 - 6 - PLD develops teacher resources to improve literacy levels in classrooms across Australia
Nikki Anne saved to OT Peds Info Resources
Description A reference guide to early pencil grasps, inefficient and efficient pencil grasps. Clear descriptions, age ranges and photographs. Read more at Your Kids OT (http://www.yourkidsot.com/blog/pencil-grasp-reference-sheet).
Your Kids OT saved to TpT Blogs
I have been busy lately doing activities with my kids that are more learning-type activities and not as blog friendly as kids crafts...
This pencil grasp trick is so easy. All you need is a clothes pin and a pencil to help kids use a tripod grasp when writing. Helps with weak hands and fine motor weakness in kids, too.
Jennifer Eboli saved to School
Development of Pencil Grasp - How to Promote a Functional Grasp with 5 Types of Activities - DEVELOP LEARN GROW
These 5 types of activities help promote the development of a functional pencil grasp. You'll be surprised that a pencil is not even needed!
Kristin Kass saved to OT Life
Use this handy, one-page pencil grasp development handout to share about pencil grasp development with parents, educators, or therapists.
5 Proven Tips For Teaching Correct Pencil Grasp
Teaching Mama saved to Tips for Moms
What does your child’s current pencil grip look like? Pencil grasp development varies for every child. Possible variations in development can depend on the following: - fine motor skills and coordination - sitting posture and position - shoulder stability - environment and learning method
The Penmanship Lab saved to The Penmanship Lab
I teach a human development course at the college level. When we get to fine motor skills, I like to show images of the different grips and explain why it’s important especially for teachers and parents to notice when a child’s grip is wrong and how to fix it.
Ball Rescue. This is another great, easy to prep activity for babies working on their pincer grasp and up!
Lisa B saved to Fun for kids