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Explore Pincer Grip, Glitter Glue, and more!

A great way to work on pincer grip! Have the child use glitter glue to match the dots on the page.

from Laughing Kids Learn

DIY zipper board for kids

Κουτί με κολλημένα φερμουάρ! Πολύ καλό για λεπτή κινητικότητα, συγκέντρωση, αυτονομία!

from Hands On As We Grow

Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities

- Balancing Marbles = good activity to promotor fine motor skills development - pinch/eyehand coordination/controlled release - from 30 Kids Activities & Materials for Promoting Fine Motor Skills | hands on : as we grow

I would divide the CD into sections and would write the colour names in French (written out with words). Put in a ziplock baggie. This could be an activity to do at a centre, or a "J'ai fini" activity to keep on the cart, or a partner activity when first learning the colours.

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

The Ellie Grip is a "sock" for the hand to maintain correct pencil grip. The Ellie Grip has two holes for the index finger and thumb. The other fingers remain in the sock.

from Parenting From The Heart

50+ Ideas to Improve Printing Without Writing

Want to work on your child's printing and fine motor skills for hand-writing? Heere are 50+ ideas to improve letter recognition, pincer grip, hand strength, hand-eye coordination, all skills necessary to improve printing without writing. All ideas are centred in play-based learning :)