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  • Sosha Orbin

    Awesome idea for fine motor difficulty. Pencil Grip Correction with a Pom Pom. annual editions pg 214 explains that when students have pincer control they are prepared to grasp pencils and markers. When they do not have their pincer control fully developed, accommodations can be made, including this one.

  • Lori Straine

    Intro for kids holding pencils

  • Jas Karr

    This is one of my absolute fav blogs with tons of free printables! Check it out! Pencil Grip Correction with a Pom Pom

  • Erin Hawkes

    Another pinner says: This TOTALLY WORKS!!! I have tendonitis in my hand and have not been able to hold a pencil correctly. Tried this out of curiosity and it works. Pencil Grip Correction with a Pom Pom

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