School Readiness: The things your child avoids

If your child avoids activities that require the use of their fine motor skills, I encourage you to watch the 3 minute video below.

Developmentally and physiologically, good fine motor skills are not only important for your child’s school readiness, but they also build children’s self-esteem and independence.

And the good news is that practising them at home is cheap and easy!

Do you need some ideas for fine motor practice cleverly designed as fun?

At the bottom of this page, you can get access to lots of fun fine motor games to enjoy with your child.

I hope they help your child to thrive at school next year

Sonja Walker

 

 

 

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