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Puzzles: Puzzles are a great way to encourage eye/hand coordination. As a plus, the basic ones can be introduced at a very young age. Gradually increase the difficulty of the puzzles, so children are never bored. Stringing beads: Stringing objects develops eye/hand coordination and fine motor control. Wrap tape around one end of a piece of string to make a ”needle” and let children string beads to make their own necklaces.
Invite the children tear or cut strips of paper and use these to make a collage. Tearing and cutting paper develops fine motor control and eye/hand coordination: They can build with blocks, turn book pages, cut with scissors, and string beads.
helping children to build strong muscles, healthy bones, agility and co-ordination. music and action songs. Chasing games. copycat activities such as skip, jump, hop. Play active games with your children – such as ball games, skipping, running games. Children benefit from consistently exercising their fine motor skills in these ways: Draw a spiral snake on a paper plate and instruct the children to cut along the line.