I created a You Tube video that explains everything, check it out below: Before we get started.. When my son was in the middle of 4th grade (9 years old) his handwriting looked like this: Can you read what he was writing?
Parents of struggling printers might find the packet of "Gray Block Paper" useful.
The packet includes 26 pages each of four different styles of blocks that help children form letters and numbers correctly.
I actually noticed it because we started journaling together. I had seen a lot about Handwriting Without Tears online and I am so glad that I found it.
How teachers at school just deal with writing like this and never give parents feedback on a child’s weaknesses are beyond me. I had to determine which handwriting book would be most appropriate for a child his age.