Fine Motor Skills
The stages of early childhood development are a crucial time. Young children need to develop their fine motor skills to achieve dexterity, allowing them to practice essential skills like writing. With our resources, including games, puzzles, toys, and workbooks, children will develop necessary hand-eye coordination. Fine motor skills refers to smaller movements and dexterity, like a child using their fingers to grasp an object or build a structure. Your child will go from using their reflexes to react to their environment as a baby, to grasping and manipulating objects as a toddler, to using complex movement to use objects in their world (like using a pencil to write).
This listing is for a Traceboard bundle of 2 Traceboards: one featuring “the English Alphabet, Uppercase Letters A through Z” and one featuring “Numbers, 1 through 10”.