“Fun Strokes makes learning pre-writing strokes FUN! The innovative dry-erase magnets make it easy for students to draw on a vertical surface, facilitating an appropriate grasp pattern in a fun way. The images used in the program are familiar to students, motivating, and build the foundational skills for writing later in school. My students have had so much fun with the program they didn’t even realize that they were working! I can’t recommend Fun Strokes enough – check it out today!”

Dr. Laura Anderson, OTD, OTR/L, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

“Fun Strokes is hands down the best prewriting program EVER! It is SO much fun to use and the kids LOVE it! I have literally witnessed students who have such significant grasp pattern delays THRIVE when using Fun Strokes! Check it out! You won’t be disappointed!”

Ashley L. Viola, MS, OTR/L, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

“I would definitely recommend the Fun Strokes Prewriting Program. Fun Strokes has really enhanced the writing ability and fine motor development of my students. I was amazed as I saw their confidence level grow while they tackled each level. The magnets are bright and colorful, and my students love writing on the whiteboard. The guide is user-friendly and gives a great explanation of the development of writing milestones in young children. Amanda Baines, Pre-K Teacher”

Amanda Baines, Pre-K Teacher

“Fun Strokes is a preschool multi-sensory approach to laying the groundwork of skills that are necessary to develop mature visual motor perceptual integration skills as children progress through higher school grades. It is essential to take the time to build those necessary skills during preschool years to avoid that frequent complaint that teachers, therapists and parents always hear “I hate writing”. Writing is a wonderful communication venue that all children should love. Fun Strokes provides a simple program that any adult can easily use with children at home or in school to give them that first love of developing good writing habits with hands on magnetic manipulatives. Begin wonderful early exploration writing development with Fun Strokes”.

Dr. Cynthia Normandia OTD, OTR/L, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

“My 5-year-old son will be going to Kindergarten next year and was in need of some assistance with his overall handwriting skills (including drawing straight lines, shapes, letters, and numbers). When I saw the advertisement for Fun Strokes, I really wanted him to participate in hopes that his writing skills would improve. This program did just that and it helped with his self-confidence. His Pre-K teacher noticed a difference. I would definitely recommend this program for students who need that extra boost!”

Karissa Flynn, Parent

“The Fun Stokes program has worked wonders for my three-year-old grandson! After trying many different typical writing books, none of which seemed to be helping, I learned of the Fun Strokes book. This program emphasizes basic pre-writing skills, that my grandson was definitely missing, all in a very fun way. He actually enjoys Fun Strokes time! Fun Strokes is written in a way that makes it easy to teach. In just a short time my grandson has gone from just basically scribbling to being able to draw all of the age-appropriate strokes. He can even write several letters. We are so thankful we found this amazing program and can not recommend it enough!”

Tammy Stone, Grandmother

Vertical Surface + Fun Strokes = Ready to Write!

The Fun Strokes’ mission is to equip every young child with the foundation they need for handwriting success in kindergarten and beyond! Let’s give kids a love for writing by fostering good habits right at the start. Join our community of therapists, teachers, and parents and start using the Fun Strokes Program today!


Author and Creator of Fun Strokes


The Fun Strokes Program is designed for educational and informational use only for teachers, therapists, and parents. It is not intended as medical advice or therapeutic treatment that would be provided in an individualized treatment plan. If you suspect a child has delays, please consult an occupational therapist.

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