Learning at home · Special Education

Household chores

Today’s daily offering to add to your toolbox of tricks for learning through play every day is designed to boost fine-motor skills.

There are so many everyday domestic tasks that can help build the co-ordination and strength needed for pencil control. Try making sandwiches, peeling hard-boiled eggs and almost any garden job!

April peg racesMore information on fine motor skills for writing can be found here.

A downloadable copy of the OT-inspired booklet on pencil grasp is here.

Other ideas for games and activities to boost fine motor coordination and finger strength arehere.

Other downloadable resources are here.

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