Amazon selling genius grips that teach your children how to hold a pencil

Amazon selling genius grips that teach your children how to hold a pencil

As a parent, one of the hardest parts of getting your child ready for school is teaching them how to properly hold a pen or pencil. Honestly, it can be all too easy to take for granted how tricky it is to learn this skill if you've never done it before.

If you are concerned about your little one learning how to hold a pen or pencil in time for their ABCs, however, then boy do I have the perfect product for you.

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That's right; right now Amazon is selling a genius gadget that's positively essential for anyone who wants to ensure that their kid's writing is perfect from day one.

What am I talking about? I'm talking about these awesome pencil grips, which slot onto the writing implement of your choice and will keep your kids' pencil posture correct. 

 

An image of the pencil-holder. Credit: Amazon

On Amazon the product's item description states: "Our soft pencil grip can help you to relieve pressure, at the same time lead you to write in a correct way ... made from high-quality silicone, pencil grips [are] absolutely safe and environmentally friendly."

Not only that, but the product comes in a range of cute colors, and can be purchased online for the extra-low price of just $4.99: which isn't very much when you think about how important learning to write well is.

An image of the pencil-holder. Credit: Amazon

But this isn't the only corrective product you can purchase on Amazon for the sake of your health and wellbeing. Check out this article we penned all about the Amazon chin strap, which could help to prevent snoring and sleep apnea, which you can buy yourself for a mere $12. However, the American Sleep Association does advise that "You may have difficulty breathing through your mouth whilst sleeping with a chin strap". You can read more information about chin straps, and their perceived benefits and side effects, here.