Twist 'n Write Pencil

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Twist 'n Write Pencil

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The Twist ‘n Write pencil is a wishbone-shaped mechanical pencil sized for children. With little effort, it positions the fingers in the tripod grasp. To hold, the index finger goes through the wishbone with the pad of the index finger resting on the top of the pencil. The thumb and tall finger naturally fall into the tripod position.

The Twist ‘n Write helps

  • an older child who is having a hard time changing to the tripod grasp
  • the child who bends their hand toward their body (hook)
  • the child who applies too much pressure
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$2.49 each
$2.00 each for 20 or more


assorted colors
pink purple yellow-green
blue black

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Some call it the "rocketship" pencil, some call it the "U" pencil. This unusual pencil is cool!

Some call it the "rocketship" pencil, some call it the "U" pencil. This unusual pencil is cool!


Twist 'n Write Pencil, Drawyourworld.com

The index finger goes through the wishbone with the pad of the index finger resting on the top of the pencil. The thumb and tall finger naturally fall into the tripod position.

  • Fits RIGHT or LEFT HAND

  • Sized for a child

  • The #2 lead is thick (2 mm)

  • Twisting the tip of the pencil advances the lead

  • Erasers are on the outside edges of the wishbone


Refill Leads

$1.89 each package
$1.69 each for 12 or more packages


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Refill Leads for Twist 'n Write Pencils

The package of refill leads has 5 leads (as shown) and a simple wire "refill plunger".

Refilling the Twist ‘n Write Pencils

A small piece of lead may remain inside the pencil. If so, use the wire “refill plunger” that comes with the refills to clear the lead channel. Insert the plunger into the tiny hole at the base of the “U” shape of the pencil (where the index finger rests.) The remaining old lead will be pushed out the point of the pencil.

Load the new lead into the point of the pencil. To seat the lead into the pencil, firmly push the pencil and lead on a hard surface.

It’s easy to refill the pencils, but the first time you may be concerned that you are pushing too hard on the lead. Keep in mind that there is a groove inside the pencil which holds the lead in place — you may feel the lead “pop” into the groove. That groove is tight when the pencil is new, so it will require a good amount of pressure. 

Once the lead is in place, rotate the point to retract the lead into the pencil.


Training tools that help develop the tripod grasp.
All orders are shipped with Hold the Pencil—a pamphlet with quick instructions and tips.


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