Children who struggle to learn often find writing a difficult task. Add in a diagnosis of dysgraphia, and you really have a challenge. Don’t loose heart! There are some fun ways to encourage your child to write! Actually, for a reluctant writer, it is critical to make it fun! Here is one way to help your struggling writer write! Writing with Legos!
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Proverbial Homemaker is doing a series on Legos this month. 31 Days of Teaching with Legos. Check it out! There are some great ways to incorporate Legos into Bible Study through the Matthew Lego Challenge. How cool is that?! What Bible story do you see making a good Lego story? Just about ANY! What a great idea!
Now, Legos may not be your child’s thing. Just don’t use Legos! Find what excites your child and create writing assignments from something they like to do! Remember, make writing fun. If your child does have dysgraphia, there are ways to encourage them to write without writing. WHAT?! Stay tuned for a post about what that means. If you sign up to follow my blog, you will not miss it! (On the side under Subscribe to blog via email!)
What are some other ways you found to encourage a struggling learner to write?