Handwriting Without Tears will send all of the letters to the White House in the coming weeks, after all letters have arrived.
What advice are America's children giving President Obama in 2013?
As he heads into his second term in office, here's what elementary-aged children from around the country have advised President Obama to work on in the next four years! View some of the letters →
Mail to the Chief in the News!
Read about the efforts from children around the country as they participated in Mail to the Chief:
Dear Mr. President: Washington area kids write letters and offer advice to Barack Obama
Handwriting Without Tears sponsors Mail to the Chief to celebrate the importance of handwriting in elementary-aged children's lives. What better way to commemorate National Handwriting Day (January 23)?
Handwriting is more than a style—it's a thought process. It's the primary way elementary students communicate. Handwriting promotes an organized approach to communication, maximizes thinking time, and boosts creativity. National Handwriting Day has given tens of thousands of children a chance to show their pride in their best written work by writing to the President of the United States!