The term of learning disability refers to a single construct or impairment associated with a defect in the development of academic skills. The disorder has a heterogeneous nature of the educational patterns, strengths and weaknesses of the information processing reflected in a specific field of educational disorders such as reading, math skill and writing disorders in main classification systems (
1). Writing disorder is a form of learning disability. Writing or written expression is the process of thinking transfer on paper, which depends on different skills. The mechanical skills of writing include handwriting, spelling and punctuation. Language skills encompass the meaning of words, grammar and thinking skills, as well as organization and coherence of content which is most important and plays a fundamental role in learning skills ( 2). For many people, especially students with learning disorders, the process of writing is a challenging process, which is one of the most powerful forms of communication. However, even expert writers frequently lament how difficult it is to effectively plan, compose, evaluate, and revise their compositions. Thus, it is not surprising that many students struggle with the writing process. Recent evaluations suggest that only one out of every five high school seniors acquires the acceptable skills of writing ( 3). According to statistics, 20 percent of school children are mentally deficient, a condition reducing their ability to read and write. They are classified and identified as a group with learning disabilities ( 4). American Society of Learning Disabilities (2004) had explained the significant problems in the scope of auditory and visual perception, sequencing, the review process, organization, storage, language processing, and moving function, which may affect students with learning disabilities ( 5). Children with low quality reading or writing will sooner or later face obstacles in their courses of study. Such impediments in achieving analytic intelligence make it difficult for them to internalize some of the abstract concepts. Students with learning disabilities have audio-visual problems in perception, discrimination, memory, attention, motor coordination, motivation, organization, generalization, and active memory. They also suffer distractibility, poor perception of the field, difficulties in information processing, visual motor coordination, irritability, hyperactivity, and inefficient learning style ( 6). A method to improve behavioral disorders of children is play therapy. This is a correct way to treat such children because they often have difficulty in verbal expression of their feelings. Play therapy reduces barriers and helps children to be better able to express their feelings and learn their control skills. It is a structure approach based on therapeutic theory that establishes learning processes, natural and normal communication of children ( 7, 8). Play therapy carried out through the game, enables the students to understand the material earlier and retain it for a longer period of time. Play therapy using games would extend the teaching period. However, it makes the learning more profound, pleasant and practical ( 9). Play therapy is an effective method to modify behavior. It induces creativity and improves social skills. Providing such services for a child is often costly for their parents. Therefore, the school seems to be an appropriate location for providing play therapy services because all children are attending schools. Managers and teachers are the first who communicate earlier with children and identify and understand their problems. Thus, schools provide reasonable opportunity for all children to benefit from play therapy services ( 10). Landreth (2009) conducted a study on the effects of play therapy in the treatment of learning disorders. The results indicated that play therapy can lead to improve learning disorders ( 11). Parker and Baggerly found that play therapy significantly reduced spelling errors of students with learning disabilities ( 12). The research by Dr. Zaree, Amiri Ahooee and Taraj showed the efficiency of educational games regarding short term memory function and writing of students with writing disorders ( 13). Barzegary & Zamini (2011) showed that there was significant difference between control and experimental group in play therapy. They concluded that play therapy (watch ring) may be an effective method for treating children with ADHD ( 14). Subadrah, et al. (2014) indicated that the utilization of the play method significantly enhance the mastery of vocabulary and interest in learning the Malay Language among the pupils ( 15). The study by Mahalle, Zakaria, Nawi (2014) showed that the clients can be helped through several sessions of sand therapy in addition to individual counseling sessions ( 16). Boot and colleagues (2008) believe that the play is language structure to strengthen writing words. The game consisted of one or more sets of the 26 letters of English alphabet and some other special symbols other than alphabet letters. The goal of the game is to achieve a correct and comprehensive writing, or make compound words according to a basic language like English or Roman alphabet. The game is also used in other languages such as Chinese. The game makers believe that people can make words by using the game in order to modify logical thinking and develop team skills. It can also be applied to entertainment and debate, and also help the children with their writing field ( 17). According to the Deputy Minister of health of Education in Iran, the colossal financial loss costing the government more than 700 million dollars is due to the failing of 1,400,000 students in recent years. . Most of this financial damage can be prevented by providing the students with the games in which they are interested, without resorting to any drug therapy.