Fine Motor Skills

Project 5.4 A Burger
Project 10.4 A Dalmatian
Project 10.3 Toy Rabbit
Project 10.2 An Umbrella
Project 10.1 Petals
Project 9.4 Toy Tortoise
Project 9.3 A Carp
Project 9.2 A Spider
Project 9.1 A Parrot
Project 8.4 Maracas
Project 8.3 Castanet
Project 8.2 Tambourine
Project 8.1 A Curtain
Project 7.4 A Butterfly
Project 7.3 A flower
Project 7.2 Knitting
Project 6.3 A chequered mat
Project 7.1 Dolphin
Project 6.4 Beads
Project 6.2 Train
Project 5.2 A cupcake
Project 5.3 Biscuits
project 6.1 The Countryside
Project 5.1 Food
Project 4.4 Carousel
Project 4.1 A Duck
Project 4.3 Mushroom Farm
Project 4.2 Tokens
Project 3.4 A Star
Project 3.3 The ladders
Project 3.2 Toy aeroplane
Project 3.1 Apple
Project 2.4 S Shore
Project 2.3 An Elephant
Project 2.2 A jumping frog
Project 2.1 A Clown Fish
Project 1.1 Marine animals
Project 1.2 A bird Nest
Project 1.3 A Turtle
Project 1.1 Snake eggs

Design the hands skills practices with stories

The preschool period is a time of rapid growth along a number of developmental measures, not the least of which is children’s thinking abilities, or cognition and their motor skills development. Children this age show concentration of thought, meaning their focus is limited to one aspect of a situation or object. On the other hand, motor skills development is critically important especially in the aspect of fine motor skills. The set consists of 40-week activities to develop children’s hand skills progressively. These skills are those that involve a refined use of the small muscles that control the hand, fingers and thumb. With the development of these skills, a child is able to complete important tasks such as writing, feeding oneself, buttoning and zippering. These abilities gradually develop through experience and exposure to a variety of toys, and materials through a series of story-led activities.

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