Why ‘chicken scratches’ are a bad idea for kids

The phrase ‘chickens scratch writing’ has become synonymous with writing, but it’s far from the only problem kids face when they use it.

The latest version of Apple’s Mac software allows users to write with cursive handwriting.

A cursive version of the Mac software, called AppleScript, allows users in the UK to write without the need for a dictionary.

It also allows users who have a ‘chicks scratch writing software’ on their Mac to write using cursive.

AppleScript allows users and developers to create custom cursive and other writing applications.

In a statement, Apple said it was working with the Mac developers to support this new feature.

“The ‘chikins scratch writing tool’ is a new feature that will allow users to create their own custom cursives, cursive scripts and other handwriting-related applications,” the statement said.

“[This] will be included in Mac OS X Mavericks.”

‘It’s so cool’For some parents, the concept of a ‘pencil’ or ‘pen’ is cool, but for others, it can cause problems.

For example, many people find the ability to write on paper hard to learn, particularly if they have a hard time visualising what they are writing.

Children can also have difficulty writing in their hand, and in some cases, they find it difficult to make sure they don’t accidentally write something inappropriate.

Writing on a ‘doughnut-shaped’ surface is also not the easiest thing to do.

Using a pencil and paper can also mean you have to use your ‘penmanship’ skills to create words.

There are some benefits to using a ‘paper-less’ or paper-based writing program.

They are easier to learn to use, but they also provide the best experience for writing in your hand, said Michael Smith, a graphic designer and the creator of ‘Pencil to Paper’.

“Using a pen or paper to write is a bit like using a pen and paper to type on the keyboard, and it can be difficult,” he said.

“When you write on a paper-less writing program, you can create a ‘word balloon’ with words, so you can use a ‘sketchpad’ to type and then just use that to create a message.

And you can write without a pencil or paper on the desktop, too.

Read more about ‘pen to paper’ here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-08-29/writing-program-pen-to-paper-learning-challenges-a676901 More: More from News.au: A look back at the history of the word ABC News: Read about how a dictionary can save lives by helping you remember facts

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