Psychologists and neuroscientists advise us to not declare handwriting an activity of our ancestors, because evidence suggests that the links between handwriting, learning, and education are all interconnected. There is a lot of research to substantiate this.
Cursive writing is an important tool for cognitive development and a multi-sensory experience, offering brain benefits to kids and adults that they can’t acquire from printing letters or keyboarding.
Cursive writing trains the brain for optimal efficiency.
The benefits of writing by hand extend beyond childhood. For adults, typing may be a fast and efficient alternative to longhand, but that very efficiency may diminish our ability to process new information. Not only do we learn letters better when we commit them to memory through writing, memory and learning ability in general may benefit More..