Developing motor skills is important for your child. Having these skills help increase the condition of the fingers. Here are some abilities that your child will possess to help themselves as they grow older.
- Age 3: Able to use scissors.
- Age 5: Able to remove their own clothing without assistance
- Age 6: Able to cut softer foods
Studies show that girls have better dexterity in their fingers rather than boys because of their use of coloring and playing with dolls; this has yet to be true. Any type of fine motor ot activities will help a child become better at writing, holding a pencil or a spoon, and cut paper accurately along the dotted line with the aid of scissors. These skills will also improve hand-to-eye skills, such as catching a ball.
The position of how a child is crucial for motor skills. The lower half of their bodies must be 90 degrees with their torso slightly forward. The table or desk in the classroom must be two inches above the elbows.
How for Your Child to Gain the Finer Points of Their Fingers?
Ways to get your child to increase dexterity and strength in their hand muscles, such as their fingers and thumbs is to let them play with playdough. Another thing you can do with your child is to have them lay on their stomach and swipe their arms away and to them. This not only gives them motor skills but also prevents the accident from stepping …