[Source: Teaching Mama]
It’s important for children to have a lot of time to work on fine motor skills. Fine motor skills are the actions that are performed in the small muscles in the hands, fingers and wrists. Your child practices using fine motor skills when holding a pencil, using a pair of scissors or lacing their shoes. Today’s fine motor skill is weaving hearts.
Here’s what you need for the activity:
- colorful foam sheets
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