Handwriting Pencil iCalligrapho

After several years of research, Rorito introduced iCalligrapho, a pencil with a finger cavity that balances structure with secure comfort and control.

Handwriting Pencil - iCalligrapho

Features of iCalligrapho Handwriting Pencil
  • Simple, and habit forming
  • Revolutionary finger jacket grip
  • Ensures true finger position
  • Easy to use
  • Recommended by Experts
  • Incredible comfort
  • Patented Design

iCalligrapho handwriting pencil enhances the learning process and aids the development of proper writing technique while improving handwriting, giving more control, and reducing hand fatigue. Its unique, patented design gently encourages the fingers and hand to rest in the proper position for gripping. Students can focus on good handwriting rather than the mechanics of holding the pencil.

It uses applied natural physiology that technically works with the body’s natural ergonomics to gently place fingers in the proper position in soft finger jackets for gripping. It prevents fingers from crossing over each other.

Teaching your child to cultivate a decent tripod grip and how to hold a pencil properly is one of the major favours you could do! The precise tripod grip on a pencil allows the hand the biggest array of movement, whereas using as little effort as possible. Wrong pencil grasp will have its effect in handwriting quality and speed of writing. The wrong grip will also have its bad influence on examination writing where time is a factor. Good pencil grip will help your child improve their pencil skills, and raise their fluidity of movement in their hand. iCalligrapho does this effortlessly. When children use iCalligrapho Handwriting Pencil, they develop a tripod grip naturally that stays as a habit.

The result is an efficient pencil grasp and improved handwriting!

Available only with Writewiz Curriculum

iCalligrapho Handwriting Pencils are not sold in retail. It is supplied to school students along with Writewiz Workbook when a school partner with us for implementing our Handwriting Curriculum

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