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Fine Motor Skills Activities

December 7th, 2007 · No Comments


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There are many activities you can expose your children to – A lot of activities are fun and also help in developing fine motor skills…..There are basically three kinds of activities which will help to develop your child’s fine and gross motor skills:

  • Grasping – example: using a pencils, crayons, brushes etc
  • Manipulating – example: scissors, kneading, picking etc
  • Hand-eye co-ordination – example: writing, cutting, threading etc

Here are a few activities that can improve your child’s fine motor skills:

  • Playing with play-dough
  • Using scissors to cut lots and lots of paper. Make sure the kids don’t use the adult scissors but use the safety scissors.
  • Picking beads or other tiny objects using tweezers.
  • Finger painting
  • Stack objects – cards, coins, blocks etc
  • Connect the dot puzzles
  • Drawing and scribbling
  • Beading activities
  • Doing puzzles
  • Any activity which isolates finger activity – example playing a piano or typing
  • Kneading dough, mixing cake batter – get them to help with your cooking…


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