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Q.1
Does your child hold pencils, pens, crayons, or markers awkwardly? *

Q.2
Is your child’s handwriting illegible? Is it ever so bad that even she can’t read it? *

Q.3
Does your child omit letters or word endings when writing quickly? *

Q.4
Does your child complain that writing or drawing hurts or makes his hand tired? *

Q.5
Does your child seem to have difficulty picking up small objects? *

Q.6
Does your child make excuses to try to get out of at-home writing assignments? *

Q.7
Does your child have trouble using scissors, buttoning clothes, or zipping zippers? *

Q.8
Does your child move in a way that doesn’t appear fluid? Do her opposite arms and hands ever seem to move out-of-sync with one another? *

Q.9
Does your child make spelling errors in common words when writing? *

Q.10
Does your child seem to avoid coloring or drawing? *

Q.11
Can your child talk confidently about what he knows, but resists writing it down? *

Q.12
Is your child restless when writing — jumping out of her seat or asking to be excused? *

Q.13
Does your child use a random assortment of letter sizes, line spaces, spaces between words, or print and cursive? *

Q.14
Does your child have difficulty following the rules of grammar when writing — but not when speaking? *

Q.15
Does your child leave out critical facts or details when writing? *

Q.16
Over the last month or more, have you worked with your child for at least 10 minutes a day using a handwriting workbook, and seen zero or very little improvement? *

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