If your child faces dysgraphia, you've seen their writing challenges.
The good news is you can boost their skills and confidence with engaging activities: Here are a few:
1️⃣ Dictation Fun: Start with letters, move to exciting words, or compile lists about dreams and games.
2️⃣ Creative Prompts: Let them write short, fun paragraphs on their favorite topics—keep it stress-free and humorous!
3️⃣ Maze Mastery: Pen-and-paper mazes improve coordination and are loads of fun.
Practice makes progress, so keep the fun going! Explore more in the article and share your experiences to help fellow parents!