A Creative way to Stimulate Children Motoric Skill: Improving the Writing Ability of Students with Mild Intellectual Disorders in Saudi Arabia

Volume 7 Issue 4
Firas Ahmad Saleem Al Taqatqa
Pages: 318-323 Download Count : 641 View Count: 1602 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.1174827 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


This research aims at examining the effectiveness of the Finger Sand Painting Alphabet Media in helping children with dysgraphia to improve their writing skill. The study uses quasi experimental design with control and experimental group. This study's results might be used as a jumping-off point for defending the position that children's right to free expression is not crucial. This study's findings indicating the amount of improvement in learning outcomes is practically the same provide confidence to this concept and lend support to its believability. In contrast, this conclusion is hasty since much more in-depth study is needed to determine how the freedom of expression effects the development of motor abilities. This collection of studies concludes that a more organized method of teaching may have the same positive effects.


  • Mild Intellectual Disorder
  • Writing
  • Finger Sand Painting
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