Teaching Strategies for Dysgraphia

Dysgraphia is  learning disability that affects handwritng, spelling and the ability to put thoughts on paper. It affects fine motors skills leading to illegible handwriting, inconsistent spacing between letters and poor spelling ability. It is possible for dysgraphia to be part of the diagnosis of ADHD, autism, and dyslexia. Signs often include an awkward pencil grip, becoming quickly tired from writing and lack of punctuation and capitalization. The following links provide teaching strategies which will help to improve writing skills.

5 helpful strategies for dysgraphia

9 strategies for dysgraphia

Creating a dysgraphia- friendly classroom

Dyslexia and dysgraphia: Teaching strategies to help your students

How can teachers and schools help kids with dysgraphia?

Intervention for dysgraphia

Strategies for Dealing with Dysgraphia

Strategies for students with dysgraphia

What is dysgraphia? Support and strategies for your classroom

What teachers need to know about dysgraphia

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