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Strengthening fine motor skills is much easier if you have lots of ideas at hand! Compiled from the fine motor information and activity pages on my site, with some new and exclusive ideas thrown in, this e-book is ideal for parents and teachers.
The activities are aimed primarily at kids age 4 – 9 years, but can easily be used for older kids or adapted for children with disabilities who may need help strengthening fine motor skills. Please consult your child's therapist if you intend supplementing therapy with these activities.
This e-book is intended to encourage your child's normal development. If you suspect your child has any delays, please seek a professional opinion.
NOTE: The e-book is in PDF format, which makes it easy to read on your PC or tablet, or to print out as you wish!
The Appendices contain loads of important information, the most valuable of which are a selection of Shoulder Girdle & Core Exercises and the Bilateral Coordination Activities. Both these sections contain extracts from my gross motor e-books, exclusively contained within this fine motor e-book.
There is also a section on Touch Perception, as well as tips for making a Fine Motor Exercise Box that works well for older kids.
The Goal and Activity Planner included in your e-book will help you implement these fine motor activities at home.
Although you will find most of this information for free if you work your way through my website, this e-book pulls it all together in an accessible format to facilitate strengthening fine motor skills in your child.
You can read, print out and work through the activities in the e-book, much more easily than trying to find and save pages from my website.
There are some activities and tips that are exclusive to my e-book and do not feature on my site.
While working as a pediatric OT, I had years of experience
working with kids in schools as well as in low-income communities. As a homeschooling mom, all 3
of my kids had fine motor “issues” arising at various stages in
their development, so all of these activities have been tried and tested
for strengthening fine motor skills at home.
I understand first hand the financial restraints that parents face, so I have chosen activities that are easily replicated at home and that mostly use inexpensive everyday resources.
As with all the activities on my website, real-life photos accompany the instructions.
For the price of a quick lunch out, you can have access to an e-book full of fine motor activities for your child.
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Pop over to my E-Book FAQ page for comprehensive answers to questions regarding payment, downloading, use of the e-books and troubleshooting.
If you have stumbled upon this page by accident, you may be wondering why my e-books are not free! I cannot afford to maintain a website of this calibre without a source of income.
I have kept the prices as low as possible, but if you genuinely cannot afford an e-book, and need more than the free resources I already offer on my site, then feel free to contact me to explain your situation.
I invite you to explore my activity pages for strengthening fine motor skills on my website if you need free information or a sample of what I offer.
None of the OT Mom E-Books serve as a substitute for an occupational therapy evaluation and treatment. Please read my E-Book Disclaimer for further details.
Thank you for your interest in my products!