Tools to Help Students with Writing Difficulties

Don't be afraid to try new tools!

Know a child or teen who struggles with writing? Wonder what tools can help? In such a fast-growing field, it’s hard to keep up. But don’t stick with the old technology (like my old manual typewriter shown here). Try something new. I’ve found three resources this week:

Remember our children and their challenges differ. These tools won’t all help everyone, but if you find a few that help you or your child or teen, let me know. What other tools help your or your child with writing difficulties?

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  1. Hi Kathy,
    One of the best tools a student can have to help overcome writing difficulties is learning how to type. I can’t tell you how many students who struggled with dyslexia and dysgraphia improved their writing skills because they learned how to type with Keyboard Classroom.