Learning styles vary dramatically. For example, some children are busy bees, their brains processing and recording new knowledge only when their bodies are in motion. Often a child eagerly forges ahead of the “institutional norm” in certain areas and needs more time in others, particularly handwriting or reading. A child’s hands may not be physically ready to grip a pencil until age 10 though the same child is far advanced in science at age 6. When the right side of the brain develops before the left side, a child may love literature at age 7 yet not be ready to read until age 11, suddenly becoming proficient.