Teaching Printing using Research-Based Best Practices
Category: Handwriting & Fine Motor
Occupational Therapy: Using Visuals to Improve Effectiveness of Treatment
Visual Systems for Occupational Therapy Read More! Improving participation and constructive use of time for: Therapeutic Activities, Schedules, Routines, and Classroom Self-Regulation!
Are Conventional Handwriting Formations Important?
What letters do you see?
Teaching Young Children to Write Their Names
If you too are passionate about teaching handwriting skills, as I am, don’t miss this post. Read More.
Homeschool Kindergarten Curriculum Review
I received a nice note today from Imaginative Homeschool, a homeschool blogging Mom.
My Life’s Work
CESA 1 Wisconsin School-Based OT PT Conference! Next month I’m going to be presenting my work on the automaticity of handwriting to a group of 150 Wisconsin school-based occupational therapists. I have a little little sneak preview for you, and a free gift – for a limited time. Read More!
This is THE Single Most POWERFUL Teaching Tool –Free!
If you are a teacher or a therapist, you will want to make sure you are using this!
Free Halloween Fun! Pre-K, Kindergarten, & First Grade
Newly refurbished leveled math and literacy no-prep worksheets. Read on to get a free sample!
Spanish Handwriting Book
I have just published a CAPITALS FIRST book in Spanish! This is Print Path’s first public offering of Spanish products. We have been using these for a few years in my school district and I know there is a need, so I decided to make them available. Read More
Handwriting Sheets: A dime a dozen.
Actually, you can get a zillion free all over the internet. So then, why do I spend so many hours researching and creating quality handwriting products? I have spend a good deal of my life’s work around developing effective handwriting products that adhere to research-based best practices. If you are a parent teacher, or a therapist, your efforts at teaching efficient legible penmanship could be enhanced by using these best practices.