Dysgraphia / Writing Struggles
Below you will find a list of signs that are likely indicators that you or your child has Dysgraphia. We provide suggestions for handwriting and essay writing classes and private tutoring, that helps students. To learn more, schedule a call at www.LexiaLearners.com/consult

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1. Tight, awkward pencil grip and body position illegible, uneven or sloppy handwriting *
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2. Illegible, uneven or sloppy handwriting *
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3. Avoid writing or drawing tasks *
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4. Tires quickly while writing *
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5. Says words out loud while writing *
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6. Unfinished or omitted words in sentences *
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7. A large gap between written ideas and the ability to communicate orally *
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8. Inconsistency in spelling *
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9. Falls behind with written schoolwork *
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10. Cannot keep up with written assignments *
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11. Experiences physical pain/hand cramping when writing *
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12. Has difficulty reading what they have written *
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13. Spends an inordinate amount of time completing written assignments *
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14. Shows continued frustration/avoidance behaviors/crying/stress when asked to complete written assignments *
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15. Requires someone to write for them *
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16. Difficulty organizing thoughts on paper *
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17. Difficulty leaving consistent spacing between letters and words *
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18. Difficulty writing on a line or within margins *
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18. Difficulty writing on a line or within margins *
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19. Difficulty copying letters and numbers from the board or book, neatly and accurately *
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20. Difficulty writing/printing neatly and without a lot of cross-outs and erasures *
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21. Frustrating expressing written ideas in an organized way *
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22. Difficulty preparing outlines and organizing written work *
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23. Wearisome thinking of words to write *
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24. Challenging to remember to use all the words he intends to in his written work *
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25. Almost impossible to focus on the meaning of what he writes (because of the physical demands during writing) *
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26. Low energy and poor posture when writing/drawing *
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27. Limited vocabulary *
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28. Extremely poor written expression *
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29. Large discrepancy between verbal skills and written compositions *
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30. Struggle to master a foreign language *
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31. Difficulty reading printed music *
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32. Poor grades in many academic classes *
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This checklist should not be used as a an official diagnosis. It is meant to be used for educational and informational purposes only. *
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