Props for mad writing skills: 7-year-old Pennsylvania first-grader Annie Clark didn’t let her disability — she was born with no hands — limit her ability to write clearly. Clark won a national award for penmanship skills from Zaner-Bloser, a company that specializes in language arts. Clark learned of her award, offered to disabled students for the first time this year, in an assembly held in her honor. She won $1,000 and a giant trophy, and on top of that has better chicken scratch than we do, which is a major honor in and of itself.
April 22, 2012 // 16:18 // 1 year ago