During Writer’s Workshop, a kindergarten teacher notices that a student shifts the pencil around into a variety of positions while writing. For the most part, the student seems to be clenching the pencil with the full fist (i.e., [[http://cdn2.playdoughtoplato.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/41.jpg| palmar supinate grasp]]). When reminded, the student is able to briefly grasp the pencil correctly, but quickly resumes the less efficient grasp when continuing to write. The student’s handwriting and drawings are difficult to decipher and the writing process is slow and labored. The teacher has a few types of Adaptive Pencils and Pencil Grips in the classroom, and begins by offering the student a [[http://www.pencilrevolution.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/spdiam_4.jpg| triangular shaft pencil]]. The teacher models using the tool and supports the student in grasping the pencil correctly. As the student begins to practice with the triangular shaft pencil, the teacher closely observes.