Research shows improved handwriting increases brain activation and benefits kids academically across all subject areas. In early childhood writing letters improves letter recognition. Better handwriting is also linked to better reading abilities. When children are able to write with ease they are better able to focus on the development of the ideas and content they are writing instead of concentrating on the act of forming letters legibly. Studies also show that when students write by hand instead of a using a keyboard they are more likely to write more, write faster, and further develop written ideas. The act of writing by hand has also been shown to increase the retention of the written information being recorded.
The good news is that kids don’t need a lot of time to practice handwriting to see positive results. In early childhood 15-20 minutes of handwriting practice a day can help kids become fluent at letter formation and basic handwriting skills.
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