The Pencil Grip Writing C.L.A.W- Medium Set of 5 (Ass't Colors)
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- * Simple, and habit forming * Fits Left or Right Hand * Revolutionary grip ensuring true finger position * Easy to use * Recommended by Occupational Therapists, Teachers & Principals * Works great for holding forks, spoons, and paint brushes for people with hand disabilities * Incredible comfort * F.D.A. Approved * Latex Free * Patented Design
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The CLAW is a fun, affordable and effective way to teach young children how to hold their pencil correctly. Medium Grip is perfect for Kindergarten through 6th Grade. All children, including those with Autism, ADHD, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities and general fine motor delay can all benefit from using the C.L.A.W. When using the C.L.A.W., students can focus on good handwriting rather than the mechanics of holding the pencil. The result is an efficient pencil grasp and improved handwriting! The C.L.A.W is used in school , home and pediatric clinic settings . * Simple, and habit forming * Fits Left or Right Hand * Revolutionary grip ensuring true finger position * Easy to use * Recommended by Occupational Therapists, Teachers & Principals * Works great for holding forks, spoons, and paint brushes for people with hand disabilities * Incredible comfort * F.D.A. Approved * Latex Free * Patented Design
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The finger slots are cut for a right-handed person, so when this is moved to the left hand (you have to basically turn it upside down) the middle finger hole is too short to allow proper finger placement (supporting the pencil from underneath). Instead, only the very tip of the middle finger is in the shortest finger hole, allowing a child to simply drop that hole and place his fingers incorrectly. Two stars because it can be adapted for lefties easier than other grip aids I've tried for my son, but they did not produce these with lefties in mind. These grips are ergonomically cut for righties.
Why don't pencil grip manufacturers simply produce a left-handed version? We know that 10% of people are left-handed (and are much more likely to need a grip aid), so at least 10% of the stock produced should be designed with a left-handed person in mind. Right now, they produce so-called ambidextrous grip aids that are uncomfortable and ineffective for lefties. GRRR!
My son prefers Penagain twist and write pencils because with this product he gets annoyed when he has to erase something and needs to take his fingers out of this grip, erase something, and then get his fingers repositioned. For a 6 year old who likes to erase every little thing, this is a BIG deal. He choose those penagain twist and write pencils over a pencil with this grip every time.
Having said that, I love that these work with any pencil and pen and colored pencil! If you have a kid who has a "wrong" grip you know that a lot of times (all the time in the case with my son) as soon as they get an ulaltered writing tool like crayons or markers they go right back to their poor grip! I'm going to put these pencil grips on some colored pencils for when my son colors little pictures, give him extra practice with a correct grip while he's having fun coloring.