Even in the digital age, letter writing is still an important vehicle for communication, and it offers cognitive benefits to children and adults alike. Our PaperPal program brings letter writing to life for kids and seniors.
The Paper and Packaging Board’s new campaign, Letters of Peace, shares inspirational letters from people who have overcome tragedy and found new purpose. Their handwritten letters encourage readers to write their own stories.
When it comes to learning, paper plays an incredibly important role. The Paper and Packaging Board’s 2016 back-to-school report explains why students are more engaged and better prepared when using paper for their academic pursuits.
Undiagnosed dyslexia can present significant challenges for students. Now, researchers, therapists and parents are turning to cursive writing as a way to help students overcome this common learning disability.
Take a look through your scrapbook, keepsake box or memory drawer. Chances are, it’s full of handwritten notes and special cards from friends and family, not thumb drives full of emails and text messages.