Fine motor skills are the coordination of small muscles typically in the hands or fingers. This type of practice in early play-based learning often sets the groundwork for future handwriting skills. Activities like stringing beads or even playing with play dough can be very beneficial for this area of child development. These fine motor activities and gross motor activities (running, jumping, etc) involve these practices in a fun and playful way, all the while the child is learning while having fun!
Fine Motor Activities for Play-Based Learning
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