Sunday, May 9, 2010

What's So Important About How A Student Holds A Pencil?

" Most near-sighted children hold their pencil 1/4 inch or closer to the tip.   Most children who also have been diagnosed with a learning disability utilize 'bizarre' pencil grips and also exhibit poor coordination in general.  All the children who used nonstandard pencil postures blocked their line of sight with their fingers so they had to adopt an improper reading distance or head tilt."

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