(Written by Bruce Homely) We take for granted all of the small things we are able to do without thinking. However, imagine a world where you were not able to tie your shoelace, type on your computer or write important information on a notepad. You’ll be without a job since you can’t work on a computer or do small meticulous work. You wouldn’t be able to dress yourself for an interview or drive to work.
All of these skills are essential for a normal healthy life and parents should make it a priority to develop these skills in our children from an early age.
- Fine Motor Skills:
Fine motor skills help you pick up a pencil, hold an object, tie a knot, button your shirt, write and more. Small muscles in your body are used for these precise movements and should be developed at an early stage in your life. That’s why you need to focus on developing your child’s fine motor skills. [Read more…]