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Learners will automatically pick up correct letter formation through exposure to written text.
Pencil control skills should be taught simultaneously with letter formation.
Learners who have not learned correct letter formation spend a great deal of time and effort remembering and writing letters.
Handwriting should only be taught in visual and auditory forms.
Learners need to experience letter formation through more than one sensory system.
Handwriting instruction needs to be explicit.
Using letter families to teach letter formation promotes motor memory.
Immediate feedback on a learners handwriting is not essential.
As learners master letter formation less supervision is needed.
A teacher should always try to teach handwriting to the whole class at all times.
One of the aims of teaching handwriting is for learners to become automatic writers and free up their brain for more critical and creative thinking.