Pencil Grip The Classics Writing Claw Medium, Blue/Red, 6 Count (TPG-21206)

The CLAW is a simple, fun, affordable and effective way to teach young children how to hold their pencil correctly and comfortably. All children, including those with Autism, ADHD, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities and general fine motor delay can all benefit from using the C.L.A.W. When using the C.L.A.W., students can focus on good handwriting rather than the mechanics of holding the pencil. Builds the positive habit of an efficient pencil grasp which produces improved handwriting. The C.L.A.W is used in school settings and pediatric clinic settings across the nation. The Classics school, office and art supplies are useful, high quality items that are great for school, home and offices. They are available in assortments of bright, vibrant colors and integrate both new unique ideas with traditional must haves. Fits Left or Right Hand. The CLAW is F.D.A. approved and is recommended by Occupational Therapists, Teachers & Principals. Even works for holding forks, spoons, and paint brushes for people with hand disabilities. Latex-free, patented design.

Product Features

  • Affordable writing tool grip
  • Beneficial for special needs children
  • For left or right hand use
  • For all children, including those with: Autism, ADHD, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities and general fine motor delay
  • Medium size

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3 Responses to Pencil Grip The Classics Writing Claw Medium, Blue/Red, 6 Count (TPG-21206)

  1. Pen Name says:

    Success I bought these for a boy in my year 2 class who wouldn’t hold his pencil properly. That was about 2 months ago. He loved it! And now he holds any pencil properly. After Christmas I reckon we’ll be able to take it off of him. This grip has really helped and I was surprised to find that they are actually quite comfortable to use.I have also tried one with one of my special educational needs children – it is taking a little longer but there is definitely progress. I would definitely…

  2. Busy Working Mum says:

    My son has hyper- mobility and the occupational therapist recommended purchasing these to help him at school

  3. Mrs S E Powdrell says:

    My five year old son is having great difficulty learning to write and hold a pencil