Fine Motor Skills – Gluing with Fingers

The development of fine motor skills is one of the most important areas of focus during early years. This is because fine motor skills are essential for pencil grip and handwriting. Most of our activities are aimed at tuning these skills, exercises such as threading, spooning, and gluing. In this exercise, as part of our ‘OCEAN THEME’ the children are decorating fish mobiles with sequence. For this exercise the children used their fingers, instead of a glue stick, this is a good sensory and integrative exercise, adding to the fine motor experience.

 

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