Research Says Handwriting is Still Important in the Keyboard Age

by Parent Co. June 20, 2016

It is more than just a motor skill, researchers say. It engages the mind. There is a tendency to dismiss handwriting as a nonessential skill, even though researchers have warned that learning to write may be the key to, well, learning to write.
Source: Why Handwriting Is Still Essential in the Keyboard Age - The New York Times


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