10 Finger Games to Play!
[Source: Your Therapy Source]
Are you ever looking for finger games to play with just your hands? All pediatric therapists love a good game that requires no equipment right? They are great to play to practice finger isolation, timing and dexterity. Try using the games as a warm up activity for handwriting tasks or fine motor skill practice. Here are 10 finger games to play that require no equipment or preparation:
ORIGINAL ROCK PAPER SCISSORS – So we all know the usual rules – Rock smashes Scissors – Scissors Cut Paper – Paper covers Rock. On the count of three, you put on your hand as a rock (fist), scissors (two fingers open) or paper (hand flat) and then determine a winner. It can be one and done or best out of 3 trials.
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