Left Handers Legacy

Left Handers Legacy

 

Celebrating All Things Left Handed

Illustrious Lefties

Sensational Southpaws who have single left-handedly written the history books and established themselves as the greatest  of the great in art, science, sports and entertainment.

Fun Facts

Check out this awesome assortment of random facts and bits of trivia about all things left handed. You just might learn something you didn’t know before!

Out of Left Field

A timely blog with a decidedly “Left wing” point of view. Thoughts for the day, a bit of inspiration, and a laugh or two to brighten one’s day in a right-handed world.

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Nikola Tesla

“I don’t care that they stole my idea. I care that they don’t have any of their own,” said Nikola Tesla. Few men have had as

Sir Isaac Newton

“Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why,” declared Baruch Bernard. The second left hander that changed the world.

Benjamin Franklin

He spoke six languages fluently: English (his native language), and the self-taught languages French, Italian, Spanish, Latin, and German. He was a writer, printer, politician,

Alan Turing

Contributions & Inventions Father of Computer Science & Artificial intelligence Creator of the Turing Test used to determine Artificial Intelligence Turing machine led to development

Marie Curie

Achieving greatness and fame does not come without a cost. Personal sacrifice is a constant companion because family, relationships, and fun all require time. To

Bill Gates

One dictionary defines “legend” as a person who is the subject of a collection of stories of admiration about him or her. While his collection

Henry Ford

Henry Ford is yet another example of a famous left hander who changed the world. A true man of destiny, Ford was a catalyst of change

Leonardo da Vinci

It has been said that it takes 10,000 hours to become a master of anything. Leonardo da Vinci was a master of several. Perhaps the number

Essential reading

Essential reading for any parent or teacher of a left-handed child, this book is a practical and comprehensive guide to the challenges your left-handed child may encounter from their first years right through school life and beyond. From basic skills like dressing and handwriting, to learning new sports and musical instruments, this beautifully illustrated book explains common problems caused by right handed bias in equipment and layout and offers ways to help your child harness their natural creativity and problem-solving skills to become adaptable and confident in a right-handed world.

Anything Left-handed

6 Tips for raising left-handed children