Pediatric Tx Corner: Creative Accommodations for Written Expression
[Source: The Inspired Treehouse]
These creative accommodations are great ways to support kids who struggle with written expression.
If you’re a parent, teacher, or therapist, chances are that you know at least a kid or two who struggles with written expression.
For these kids, looking at a blank worksheet, journal page, or test paper can be totally overwhelming. They might they might attempt handwriting assignments like these, only to realize that they can’t keep up with their peers. Or maybe they can complete the assignment but they fall short when it comes to spacing, sizing, alignment, or letter formation.
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