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How to Teach Fine Motor Skills to Young Children 


For Childcare directors, owners, and educators brought to you by the HiMama Helps webinar series.

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Fine Motor and Letter Practice for Home

 Small movements of the hand are referred to as fine motor skills. Here are a few great child-friendly activities to practice and strengthen fine motor skills.

Crayon Song: Learn How To Teach Proper Crayon Grip

This playful approach is fun for all and helps teach finger names and functions, and develop proper grip.

Get a Grip Video: Watch and Learn Fun Ways to Practice Grip

It is impossible to have good handwriting without a good grip. Watch this video to discover the right way to hold a pencil.  

Learn More About These Educational Products!

Engage young minds through purposeful play, active engagement and time-tested, specially designed manipulatives.

Roll–A–Dough Letters®

It's fun to roll and cut dough snakes to make capitals and numbers! Use the blue tray with sand, shaving cream, or rice for additional practice.  

Stamp and See Screen®

Build capitals and numbers using "Wood Piece" stamps and a magnetic, chalk-like writing tool tp help develop grip. 

My First Book Multisensory Materials

This package includes awesome multisensory materials to enhance early learning with activities including Wet-Dry-Try. 

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