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What Learning Cursive Does for Your Brain

Category: Brain Development | Date: 5 July 2016

In surprising studies, researchers find benefits to setting keyboards aside. Published on March 14, 2013 by William R. Klemm, D.V.M, Ph.D.     Have you ever tried to read your physician’s prescriptions? Children increasingly print their writing because they don’t know cursive or theirs is simply unreadable. I have a middle-school grandson who has trouble reading his...

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Teaching of Writing

Category: Brain Development | Date: 5 July 2016

Author: Eileen Hutchins Date published: Unknown Contact details: Contact tab available on Waldorf library site From the archives of the Rudolf Steiner Library, Ghent, NY. This article was published in Child and Man, Rudolf Steiner School Assn., NY. Vol.21, No. 1, Summer 1960   Teaching the first letters to children of six or seven years old is a happy experience. Even those...

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