Teaching Cursive

Judy Peckham, writing for Landmark 360, asserts that teaching cursive to students with dyslexia can help strengthen the neural pathways with in the brain.  When students write in cursive it activates both the left and right hemispheres of the brain and this is thought to improve language and memory functions.

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