I have a second grader who started out with okay handwriting, but it has gotten worse and worse throughout the year. Some letters are huge, some are tiny, and they often float or go below the line. I'm not *totally* old-school where writing has to be absolutely perfect, but there has been a definite decline. I'm fairly certain this kid has ADD, and it is hard to get the work finished in the first place, but as we are an extremely small school I'm able to give lots of 1-1 and adaptations for that. I know that poor handwriting can be a characteristic of ADD, but when the handwriting has gotten progressively worse, I am not going to let the student get by with sloppier work when I know they are perfectly capable. Any suggestions? So far I just make her rewrite it if it's terrible, say it's fine if it's okay, and give lots of praise if it's neat.