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I received a copy of "Fine Motor ABC" as a gift
from the author, but the review is unpaid, honest and all mine. I review this book because I believe it can be a helpful resource.
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Stacie Erfle is a pediatric occupational therapist who has combined her love of children and their development, with her love of books!
Fine Motor ABC is a one-of-a-kind book that has been written to inform parents and children alike.
Each letter of the alphabet is linked to a fine motor activity or fine motor adaptation in 3 ways:
When kids imitate the alphabet hand sign, they will be using motor planning skills and
also learning to isolate finger and thumb movements. Definitely a
unique inclusion in a children's book!
Each page also has a section for parents and caregivers below the photo, which gives more information about the activity and its importance.
Because of the occupational therapy perspective, the activities in this book reflect the different areas of fine motor development that are needed in order to develop good pencil control. (Read my article on the essential bases for fine motor development for more information.)
This book can be used in a number of ways...
Obviously, children who engage with Fine Motor ABC will enjoy and learn from the text, photos, and doing the activities in real life.
Parents and caregivers can benefit from this book, because the text helps them understand the "why" of the activities in fine motor development. It even explains how gross motor activities and correct positioning can help in fine motor skill development.
The book is also empowering, because it gives parents and caregivers practical ideas and inspiration to direct their child's activities, making sure that no area of fine motor development is left unaddressed.
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