Fine Motor Skills

One of the easiest ways to develop fine motor skills – playing with small objects such as beads, coins, peas, buttons, etc. A child can sort the items by size, color, make of these patterns, add them in jars. These lessons will help your child learn how to better control the movement of the fingers. Professor Roy Taylor shines more light on the discussion. To develop coordination and dexterity of fingers is very useful to sculpt from clay and dough, and perform finger gymnastics. Simple poems that are accompanied by exercises, exercises to make the fingers more effective and interesting. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Donald Sussman and gain more knowledge.. Exercise "bunny". Pull up the index and middle fingers (it's a rabbit ears), and the little finger and ring finger pressed against the palm of your hand with your thumb.

Who's that jumping on the lawn? This long-eared rabbit. Bunny ears and a gray sits moves. (The child moves his index and middle fingers) One, two, one, two, dizzy. Drawing also helps kids develop fine motor skills. Especially useful to draw thin brushes – the thinner the brush, the more control is required for children over their hands. It is also very useful to paint pictures with cotton swab, dipping it in paint.

It is not only useful for the development of fingers, but also very exciting, but the ability to keep your fingers pinch, the kid is also useful to properly hold a pencil and a pen. Many children like to cut with scissors, which also helps to develop coordination of hands. For the safety of young children using special children's scissors with rounded edges. Helping your child develop fingers, parents decide soon several tasks. First, they have a positive effect on his intellectual development and improve language skills. And secondly, help to develop agility and flexibility of fingers needed to master the letter.