This chapter aims to remove the mask of instructional paradigms and train educators and therapists to implement interventions to maximize engagement in writing. Students do not need to include using a pen or pencil and paper. Approximately 10%–33% of the population have handwriting hindrances. Incomplete neurological pathways supporting visual-perceptual, visual-motor, and memory development prevent writing. Paradigm shifts are required to maximize the performance of all students, regardless of disability. Based on a sensory-motor approach to writing, six intervention types of dysgraphia yielded specific interventions to support their developmental hierarchy. Engaging full body movements before writing improves legibility and speed. A sample of these interventions is included, allowing the interventionist to explore further additional interventions that support the categories.