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The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)

  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)
  • The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)

The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Training Gripper for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Assorted Classic Colors (TPG-17806)

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
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Description
  • "Wings" hold fingers in place and stop them from crossing over
  • Great for Righties & Lefties
  • Gently places fingers in the proper position for gripping
  • Designed by doctors, tested by kids, approved by parents
  • Fits on pencils, pens, crayons & many drawing and writing tools
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Works for correcting grip on large pencils and crayons too!I really like these. We've been using them daily for about two weeks, and both children have improved their handwriting. They fit both fat pencils and regular sized. I even put them on a couple regular sized crayons (gently, I did snap one crayon in half during the attempt). I feel they do make it a bit hard to see over them as they are much larger than a grip that does not go over the fingers. I think for this reason we will use them for a couple more weeks to get that muscle memory built then take them off. 4Super effectiveMy son has struggled to hold his pencil the correct way since Preschool (he is now in 3rd grade). He started using these at school last year (his teacher provided them for the students) and I purchased these to have at home. After a few months of continual use, he has finally corrected his grip and no longer needs to use them. It has really helped to improve his handwriting and he doesn't fatigue as quickly. 5Favorite Ones!These are my favorite trips to use in my first grade classroom. I've used these type before but not from this company. They have an L and an R written on the grip to remind you which way it goes! This has been a life changer for me. The students start figuring it out as well! Love them! 5Great for adults too! (but kind of pricey)I am an adult and I bought these to help with hand cramping from long notetaking sessions. They are very effective for this purpose. The size is good for an adult hand and the material is soft and comfortable. They work for both left and right hands, although the left grip is not quite identical in shape to the right. This does not affect much though.I bought the skinny clickable (retractable) pens to put them on. If you use them on the skinny pens with caps, they prevent the cap from being put back on unless you reposition the grip closer to the center of the pen. I didn't want to have to do this over and over because I was afraid it would make the hole too loose, so I just use them with the clickable pens.I took off one star, because they are expensive for what they are--I would expect them to be closer to $1. Also, they will melt and leave a sticky residue on whatever they are touching if you leave them in your backpack in a hot car (the melting is only enough to make other things sticky though--it isn't enough to deform the grip or make it useless). 4Doing their job! Heads up on colors received.These arrived today, and my 5 year old rising first grader was super excited about trying them out. So far, they are easy/pretty intuitive to use, and they are doing their job in helping her keep her fingers in the right place for her pencil grip. They are a bit larger than you might imagine. I as an adult can use them comfortably. For even younger children or those with very small or slender hands, these might be difficult to use.My only disappointment is in the colors we received--no pink or magenta as in the photo. My daughter was a bit miffed about that. Photo attached for size and color reference. 4May Be Awkward for a Kiddo With Fine Motor Challenges To Use or Adjust ToI bought these for our son, who is five and has a host of developmental delays. His fine motor skills are especially hard hit, and this is something I purchased to see if it might help him grip a crayon better. So the good news is that you can get this on a crayon. The bad news? You totally may break it in the process, but at least this holds the two ends together firmly enough that it doesn't seem to wobble ;) All joking aside, I had to use a lot of pressure to ease this onto the crayon, and I can see where it cracked inside the gripper.Anyways, he hates these. Totally, totally hates these, has thrown me several expressions of complete and total disdain that have been termed "the Potty Scotty" face in this house (because it's the look he gave that doll right out of the box), when approached with using a crayon with this gripper, and is finding them awkward as of right now to use. Finally yesterday I was able to get him to hold it correctly for about 3 seconds. He drew a line, gave me the stink eye, and flounced off. I actually think he's doing better with the crayon alone at the moment, but he's not actually holding the crayon in the correct position either, so there's a part of me that thinks this is still worth trying for a little while because I think it could help him get the correct hand position quicker, because I think it tends to be easier to grip wider things for kiddos with fine motor challenges or developing fine motor skills. Generally. So we're still going to be trying with these for a bit more, but I can see how these would be more effective for a larger hand.Because he's non-verbal, and isn't in a place communication wise where he's willing to do anything more then hit his "I don't like it" or "I don't want" button on his computer about it, I asked my daughter who's nearly 11 to try these out and give me some feedback, and she says it feels a bit awkward to use.So my final verdict on these is that they may be helpful, but they could be more awkward for smaller hands, I don't think they're harmful, and I like that they are soft without having a tacky feel to them. Because if they'd been tacky, I don't think he'd have been willing to use them at all at this point. 4Hypermobility syndrome/ESDMy daughter has hypermobility syndrome and was having extreme pain in her hands while writing. Her Occupational Therapist recommended these, and they have been extremely helpful for her. They are made of a squishy material, not hard plastic. They keep her fingers aligned in the correct position so her muscles don t have to fight so hard to do so which is what causes her so much pain.So glad to have these for her. 5My daughter loves these pencil grips and apparently they have ...My daughter loves these pencil grips and apparently they have become a huge hit in her classroom. They are not too hard and not too squishy. Since she has started using these grips she no longer complains about her fingers hurting when she writes. 5School doesn't seem to be teaching proper grip any more - better do it yourselfMy Kindergartner had a weird thumb wrap in her pencil grasp. She knew what a proper finger placement looked like, and could show me, but her "go to" was the weird grasp that she had developed. Just a few months of using these pencil grips, and she the weird thumb thing has almost entirely gone away. Thank you! 5The best one we've tried!Update 5/23/16- I noticed after a while that because they're so squishy she has found a way to position her fingers incorrectly and so I've lowered from 5 to 4 stars.I ordered 3 different types of pencil grips to help my 9 year old hold her pencil correctly. I didn't realize how much it was affecting her poor handwriting by holding it wrong. Of the ones we ordered, these are the best! They are more flexible (squishy a bit) than a very similar looking one and better for her tiny hands. We use it daily and her handwriting is much better! 4
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