Calligraphy is a word which etymologically comes from the Greek 'kallos' meaning 'beauty', and 'grafein' meaning 'to write'. Therefore, those two words are translated as an art of creating hand-written letters with beauty and elegance. It also has a set of features that can be deeply analyzed by experts with an eye to realizing the personality of a writer, regardless of whether the letter is beautiful or ugly. The importance of handwriting, and therefore calligraphy, is obvious to the people who have mastered it: calligraphy helps improve memory and other cognitive abilities. Many studies certify that a writing skill is directly related to learning and memory. On the other hand - this is exactly why we created this section – the loss of this ability, which is somewhat similar to some learning disorders, is being detected by teachers in their students worldwide.