Fine motor skills are those that involve the ability to make movements by using and co-ordinating the smaller muscles in hands, wrists and fingers.
There are countless ways to strengthen these smaller muscles that impact positively children’s development, including their co-ordination.
Safely squirting dye into bowls and even squirting each other too was great fun for the children. Using scissors to cut grass that the children have nurtured, enhanced and encouraged the children to use the tool effectively.
Next up was being able to balance on stilts which involves good hand-eye coordination and learning to pick up the stilt and balance at the same time.
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