Activities You Can Do At Home
– From CDI’s Occupational Therapists
Fine Motor Skills
Hand skills are crucial to successful handwriting. Small movements of the hand are referred to as fine motor skills. There are many fun activities you can do at home to encourage fine motor skills. These activities often involve playing with toys that contain manipulation of small pieces.
Activities you can do at home with your children to build fine motor skills:
– Insert coins into piggy bank
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