Fine and Gross Motor Skills

The development of a child’s fine and gross motor skills demands movement. The children had plenty of that this week. Time spent in the garden offered a space where they can truly feel free. Letting them climb, jump, and slide on the climbing frame, they are building muscle tone and core strength.

Practicing art and painting is a great fine motor activity for children. Not only does it stimulate creativity and expression, but also builds fingers, wrist and hand dexterity. It improves their hand-eye coordination and encourages fine motor skills.

Other activities included fishing for ducks using nets, riding scooters, pouring water, sorting, and making animal prints.

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