In children, writing letters serves as a way to learn them, and without the actual act of writing out letters and words, the brain has a harder time retaining them. When a child writes, a part of their brain is activated and enables greater creativity and learning. Furthermore, some professionals believe writing to be a useful tool for those who have dyslexia and other learning disorders because of the cognitive stimulation. NY TIMES “Whats lost as handwriting fades”
June 2, 2014 Maria Konnikova
“Never forget the most powerful force on Earth is Love”
Nelson Rockefeller American Businessman, 41st Vice President of the US, 49th Governor of New York and dyslexic.