2019 New Ergonomic Design
Firesara best pencil grips left handed is newly launched in 2019 with upgraded design.
*Curves on the grip handle, no more sweaty hands
*Small tail on the handle, forming The Tripod Pencil Grip in seconds
*Projecting strips inside grip hole, keeping pencils in a firm position without slipping away
A Correct Grip at Any Moment
Firesara best pencil grips for kids teach kids how to hold a pencil while writing, inducing The Tripod Grip.
Our pencil grippers are tested by kids’ little hands, popular among schools, and widely recommended by parents, teachers, doctors, occupational therapists.
Non Toxic and Harmless Silicone
Firesara cares for users’ safety, and the material we use is the best! Latex free, non toxic, odorless.
All our best pencil grips for handwriting are made of natural silicone, soft, safe, and comfortable to grip; as a result, hands feel less pain and writing fatigue can be extensively reduced.
Wide Use for Lefties and Righties
Firesara best pencil grips for preschoolers fit on regular pencils and other writing tools in similar sizes.
Our grips are widely used by kids, adults, children, students from kindergarten to 12th grade, those with special needs.
They are also good for pen, pencils, officeworks, ball pens, crayons and other writing tools.
Key Features◆ Item SKU: S-005
◆ Product name: Owl Girl
◆ Fit on standard-sized pencils or other writing utensils in similar sizes.
◆ Good for writing tools with a diameter of 0.25inch-0.31inch=6mm-8mm.
◆ Help kids hold a pencil correctly and comfortably
◆ Make handwriting easier with less pain
◆ Form a tripod and physiological gripping
◆ Recommended by Doctors and OT
◆ Made of silicone, toxic-free and harmless
◆ For ages 3 year old + and grades pre kindergarten to 12th grade and adults
◆ For left handed and right handed users
◆ Non slip and sweat proof
◆ Small parts, not for children under 3 years
3pcs Firesara owl girl pencil grips, packed in an elegant small box
Simply slide a pencil into the hole; put thumb and index finger into 2 “ears” of the owl; middle finger goes into the handle. That’s all set for a correct writing grip.