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Do you want to support your child’s fine motor skills development?
Do you need help to figure out where to start?
Do you want practical activities to develop your child's fine motor skills?
Are you tired of lists of activities that don't tell you HOW to do the activities?
Are you tired of surfing the web looking for ideas?
You will receive more than 24 pages of photographed fine motor activities that cover the following aspects of fine motor skills development:
The Appendices contain a small selection of shoulder girdle and core exercises, touch perception activities and bilateral coordination activities sourced from my site.
In addition, there are tips, activities, a goal planner, and an activity planner to help you plan how to support your child’s fine motor skills development in your own family's routine.
Although much of the information is available on my website if you search through all my articles, my E-book provides you with all the information at your fingertips in an easily accessible, printable download!
There are quite a few activities and tips that are only found in my e-book, while the Goal and Activity Planners are only available to e-book purchasers.
While working as a pediatric OT, I had years of experience working with kids in private practice and local schools as well as in impoverished communities. Many of those children struggled with fine motor tasks, and these simple activities have been beneficial in helping them develop their fine motor skills.
In addition, as a homeschool mom of 3, I used (and continue to use) these activities with my own children!
As with all the activities on my website, real-life photos accompany the instructions.
Your e-book comes in a secure PDF format, which you can save on your device. You can choose whether to read it on your device, or print out the pages you want to have on hand. You can even just print out the goal and activity planners, and keep the rest of the download on your device for reference.
Depending on your child's skill level, the activities could be used by preschoolers, kindergarten and early elementary children. I also give suggestions for activities that would be suitable for older kids who need some support in various areas of fine motor skills development.
I also have separate resources that specifically address scissor cutting skills and pencil grip, so please do take a look at those if you need more information specific to those topics.
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Owing to popular demand, the pencil grip information that was in the previous edition of my fine motor e-book, has been collated and expanded into its own resource. You can access my Pencil Grip E-Book as well as my Scissor Skills E-Books by clicking on the images below.
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