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Fine Motor Skills and School Readiness

Developing fine motor skills will enable your little student to participate in school activities much more easily and happily. Like with everything else, fine motor skills improve with practice, and you can help your child refine their skills with some super simple and fun activities you can do together. Curious to know more? Read the full article.

Highlights: 

  • Your preschooler will benefit from mastering some fine motor skills before starting school. 
  • You can help your child practise fine motor skills by doing arts and crafts together.
  • Paper crafting, making bead plates, drawing, and using scissors are great ways to practise. 
  • Occupational Therapist, Camilla Ejsing, recommends a fun and motivating activity for your child. 

Craft Time is a Good Time 

Cut Along the Lines 

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