Original Ergonomic Design
Firesara best pencil grip for preschoolers for kids is ergonomically designed to offer enjoyable writing experience for little and adult writers.
*Unique finger print design on grasp positions, very comfortable to grip
*Projecting strips inside grip hole, pencils will not slip away
*Original ergonomic design, working with body physiology
A Correct Grip at Any Moment
With Firesara ot pencil grips preschool, children do not need to think about the mechanics of the correct grip. Proven by children’s hands, our grippers are popularly used for teaching in classrooms, schools, widely recommended by parents, teachers, doctors, occupational therapists.
Non Toxic and Harmless Silicone
Customers’ safety first, and the material we use is absolutely the best! All our occupational therapy pencil grips are made of natural silicone, soft, safe, and comfortable to hold; as a result, they relieve hand pain, reduce fatigue, and improve handwriting.
Wide Use for Right Handed
Firesara ot recommended pencil grips for kindergarten work for regular pencils and other writing tools in similar sizes. They work for pencils, pens, ball pens, crayons and many other drawing tools. Our grips are generally used by children from kindergarten to 12th grade, adults, people with special needs such as arthritis, autism, dysgraphia, etc.
◆ Item SKU: F0190100104
◆ Product Name: Dual Butfly
◆ 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
◆ Make handwriting easier with less pain
◆ Help kids & adults hold a pencil correctly and comfortably
◆ Form a tripod and physiological gripping
◆ Recommended by Doctors and occupational therapists
◆ Made of silicone, flexible and harmless
◆ For ages 3 year old or more and grades pre kindergarten - 12th and adults
◆ For right handed writers only
◆ Non slip
◆ Small parts, not for children under 3 years
4pcs butterfly pencil grippers in total, packed in one small plastic box
How to Use
Put thumb and index finger into the wings, please note that thumb finger should be put in the larger wing. Otherwise you may feel uncomfortable. Another way to grasp right usage is to look at the sign. "Firesara" is on the front and the sign "R" on the back.