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  • Lisa Marie

    What a great adaptive idea to help kids hold a pen, pencil or even a paint brush. Perfect for kids lacking fine motor skills.

  • Zach Alley

    Tennis Ball: What a great adaptive idea to help kids hold a pen, pencil or even a paint brush. Perfect for kids with limited abilities.

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