18Oct

Writing Disorder:Dysgraphia

What do you call the disability to write or rather a writing disorder? It is called Dysgraphia. Dysgraphia is a learning disability that hampers the writing skills of students, as a result of which students have a -          Illegible handwriting -          Wrong formation of let…

18Oct

Developing Writing Habits In Children

Benefits of Writing ·         Retain memory for a longer duration ·         Gives liberty to put uninterrupted thoughts into words.   We shall discuss on developing writing habits majorly at school and at home, two of them being the temple of learning for kids.   ·     …

16Oct

Why Should We Read More?

Reading is quite tedious a task for some students. But, reading plays an integral role in all the knowledge we acquire. It has varied advantages in a student’s life which are impossible to overlook. Mentioned under are few impacts of effective reading among students:   ·         Adds to…

12Oct

Legible Handwriting Motivates The Writer

Undoubtedly, legible handwriting motivates the writer to write and get benefitted of the benefits of writing. Legible handwriting attracts the readers and so encourages the write to write well. This helps him (or her) develop and identity among his social circle.   Score higher marks in exams due …

09Oct

Why Cursive Handwriting Is Losing Its Fan Following?

Technological Advancements: Lot of printed material: Ease and convenience:But, can we ignore the importance of cursive?   Makes learning alphabets, spellings and language more effective ·         Develops a sense of proper spacing and sizing of letters ·         In conclusion, ea…