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    Great tip for helping students to develop a proper pencil grip (or correct an improper one)

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    • Allen Katherine

      Tip for helping kids manage their pencil grip. Have them hold a ball or cotton ball in their ring and pinky fingers. This forces these fingers to stay busy, while the pincer fingers hold the pencil!

    • k ray

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    • janelle creighton

      Fine motor pencil grip

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