Much has been said about the importance of ergonomics in adults, but not much research has been done on ergonomics related to children's handwriting. I'd like to hear from MovAlyzeR users who have recorded data on the effects of various ergonomic writing tools, paper positions, and body positions on children's handwriting. To record this data we would need a large digital tablet as well as a children's writing instrument that serves the same functions at the Intuos pen, but is sized and formed for small hands in a way the positions the child's wrist in the neutral palm down position (as in keyboarding). In the experimental setting we would need adjustable height tables and chairs sized for young children, since the height of the chair and table is directly related to the child's body position.