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This is always such a hugely debated topic amongst educators and parents, with some dismissing it because of society's shift towards technology use and typing.  There is, however, fascinating research that suggests that handwriting actually stimulates multiple areas in the brain and that cursive handwriting may be especially good for children with dyslexia and writing difficulties.  

Read the NY Times article, "What's Lost as Handwriting Disappears" 

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