“I used the Handwriting Tree with one of my K students this morning, and it was amazing! She usually is so inattentive to handwriting activities. Today in a 30-minute session, she only required one break! Plus, she was having so much fun!”
– Vanessa MacKay, Senior Occupational Therapist, Washington, DC Metro area.

“The Handwriting Tree program is more engaging than other programs! Students were immediately interested in all the materials. On several occasions, when the tree was on my table, students immediately asked what it was and requested to do the program. My students showed improvement in their attention and were able to engage in handwriting activities for longer periods of time. They also were having fun and were less resistant to handwriting in general.”
– Vanessa MacKay, Senior Occupational Therapist, Washington, DC Metro area.

“I would love to use this program with my pre-school to 1st graders, as well as students with autism spectrum disorders. Additionally, I’d use it with any students I had struggled to use more traditional handwriting programs with. I had a 3rd and 4th grader who both loved it!”
– Vanessa MacKay, Senior Occupational Therapist, Washington, DC Metro area

“It is just perfect. The reverse chalkboard is quiet so many of my ASD students really liked it better than a squeaky chalkboard.”
– Tina Collup, Senior Hospital-Based Occupational Therapist, Charlotte, NC.

“I love the Handwriting Tree program! It’s fabulous. A million times better than other methods. I LOVE that it’s so minimal! It’s all you need!”
– Tina Collup, Senior Hospital-Based Occupational Therapist, Charlotte, NC.

“Kids engaged from the beginning with the visuals of the tree and animal chips. Use of the tape and colorful noodles helped to keep their interest. The worksheets are fantastic. I love the boxes (another program also uses boxes, but the boxes are only one size) and especially that the boxes becomes increasingly smaller. I love that there is plenty of practice space (whereas some other programs generally has less than 10 attempts to form the letter in their beginner book).”
– Tina Collup, Senior Hospital-Based Occupational Therapist, Charlotte, NC.