Fine Motor

Fine Motor

Fine motor skills are those skills that involve the use of the small muscles in the hands, fingers and thumb. When developing fine motor skills, we are working to improve finger and hand strength, wrist rotation and hand-eye coordination.  These skills begin to develop when your child is only a few months old and are crucial for academic activities such as holding a pencil, writing, drawing, cutting, pasting, using a keyboard and manipulating objects.  We also use fine motor skills in our everyday lives when we use cutlery, dress ourselves, use zips and buttons, do our hair, clean our teeth, open car doors, open and close lunchboxes and water bottles and so much more.

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