SIZE MATTERS

SIZE MATTERS HANDWRITING PROGRAM by Beverly H. Moskowitz, DOT, MS OTR/L FAOTA Finally an alternative research based effective method for teaching and remediating handwriting. This program was developed by Dr. Moskowitz. Who says. “when it comes to neat printing Focus on SIZE and FORM will follow”. This unique directive distinguishes the SIZE MATTERS HANDWRITING PROGRAM as the most efficient way of promoting printing consistency and competence. More than a font, it is the big picture that enables children to see their writing as a whole, rather than merely individual letters. Using straight-forward Key Concepts and ‘tactile’ visuals, children know what they’re aiming for and how to get the

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