The term 'fine motor' literally means 'small muscles'. When we talk about 'FineMotor' we are referring to the small muscles in childrens hands, fingers and arms. The term 'fine motor skills' means the ability to which children manipulate and control different materials and tools. The level of 'skill' with this control develops with age but surprisingly varies greatly from child to child.
Why are FineMotor Skills so important?
In a nutshell, FineMotor Skills help your child interact with the world around them. FineMotor Skills start developing in young babies and continue to develop well into childhood.
This collection of games and activities help to strengthen little fingers and muscles, creating better control and hand-eye coordination.