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Airamty Sid
Airamty Sid • 3 years ago

Extension of Pincer Grip Activities Here the child uses a large syringe to transfer liquid between containers. This again requires control over the pincer grip in order to be able to collect the liquid into the syringe and then place it in the other bowl

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