Amazon Kindle Scribe review
I was finally allowed to own a pen when I turned ten. When we switched from pencils to ink at school, our parents were instructed to get us brand-new stationery. During that year, we also began learning how to write in cursive because, at last, we were old enough to sign checks.
I’m not sure how kids learn today, but for me, physically writing notes on paper using a pen was a significant part of how I organised my ideas and learnt new topics. My mother taught my brother and I how to utilise “mind maps” as study aids, so that may have had something to do with it. I naturally go for a notepad and a pen when I begin planning a trip or a significant undertaking. This is why I find writing on a tablet that simulates this sensation to be so appealing (and probably a lot of people around my age or older).