This is Part Two of a series of posts that will concentrate on the inherent benefits of play for children with special needs. In this post we focus on how toys and the experience of play help with physical development and the growth of fine motor skills. of the series was related to gross motor skills and toys that could help with the development of Gross Motor Skills.
We carry developmental toys for gross motor skills learning which allows children to practice and learn in a safe and fun environment. The gross motor skills toys that we carry focus on a number of different motor skills. At Wodden Toddler Toys you can find developmental gross motor skill toys that work on childrens dexterity, hand-eye coordination, balance, and their minds. In addition, many of the gross motor skills toys that we carry can be used by multiple children at once, which promotes socialization and sharing.
There is no better thing than recycle old materials to make something new and useful. Such as these 3 DIY motor skill toys. They are easy to make, neat and bright and are great for developing fine and gross motor skills, concentration and curiosity. So many benefits from almost free simple 3 DIY toys.
Hope you find this list helpful. Please use the comments to add any other fine motor skills toys which you think might be of interest to our readers!
Fine Motor Skills
Controlling smaller muscle movements can often present big challenges. If you're intent on perfecting reach, grasp, in-hand manipulation, and eye-hand coordination, these fine motor skills toys are worthy of consideration.