Help children to work and write at the optimum angle and adopt the correct posture.
Some children with handwriting difficulties lean forward with their heads close to the table when writing, elevating the position of paper on the slope will reduce that.
The slope is set at the recommended angle of 20 degrees and has rubber grips on the bottom to prevent the slope from moving on the desk. It's smooth surface will encourage children to use both both hands when writing, one to hold the pen/pencil and one to hold the paper to prevent it from falling down. This supports bilateral-integration, which is an important aspect of handwriting development. For children who struggle with this, the slope can be used with a bulldog clip or Dycem to secure the work in place.