Fine Motor

fine motor
The small muscles in the wrists, hands, and fingers are involved in fine motor tasks. Developing these muscles allow children to pick up and hold a toy, feed and dress themselves, turn pages, cut with scissors, write, use a computer, and so much more. Gaining proficiency in toys that help develop fine motor skills takes repetition. Play provides countless, fun ways to develop eye-hand coordination and build small muscle strength and flexibility.

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    Wooden Fish Castanets

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    Wooden Knob Puzzle Farm Animals

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    Wooden Knob Puzzle Wild Animals

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    XaXa

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    XaXa 3-pack

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