All mothers know that it is necessary to develop fine motor skills in a child. But not everyone knows how. Some even think that this is something difficult and inaccessible. And in fact, you can not read the special literature (although, of course, it does not hurt), you can not buy expensive benefits. We need only children’s palms and what is on hand at each of us.
What is the need to develop
You can begin to develop baby fingers from birth. Only a couple of years will have a positive effect on the child’s speech, and in school and in handwriting. True, for me it is a moot point. It seems to me that calligraphic handwriting is more likely inherited.
All my life I have been haunted by the phrase: Like a chicken paw. At the university, no one even took a lecture from me, because the decryptor had to be invited. And the eldest daughter is the same, although with the development of fine motor skills she is fine. And now we are actively engaged with the younger child. I try to have all our lessons take the form of a game and be simple. And whether it will affect the speech, I can not say for sure. Superfluous will definitely not be!
Who did not play with the child? Surely there are none. It is necessary to sit in front of the child. First, you will do everything for the baby, and then he will learn by himself. At the same time, clap your hands, then clap your right palm of the child with your right hand. Again we clap our hands and with our left hand we slap the left child. The pace can be gradually increased.
And now the game is more difficult. We took 2 nuts (if the handle is small – hazelnuts, and if the big one is walnuts) and the daughter should roll them in the palm, i.e. swap. The other hand can not be helped. It is quite difficult, but possible. Aerobatics – if the child simultaneously rolls the nuts with both hands.
My mother sews very well, and in my childhood I had a favorite game – to lay out buttons. For my daughter, I came up with such an occupation. We took the lids of different colors and molds for cakes. Poured the buttons on the floor and distributed them by color to the containers. At the same time and the colors are taught.
4. Crushing and tearing of the napkin
Recently, my daughter has been fascinated by the process of tearing the paper, and I am only glad about this. Usually we do this. My daughter tears off the pieces from the napkin, then crushes them, and we glue them onto colored paper in the form of an appliqué.
Well, in this game you can play in between times. For example, sitting in a queue at the clinic or during a trip on the bus (unless, of course, you are not trapped with a child between two aunts). Expose the palm forward, and the child holds his hands under yours. His task is to slap your hands. And your task is to remove them in time. This is a game of reaction and attention, and just a reason to have fun.
Such classes do not take much time. And most importantly, the daughter plays with desire.
And what games on the development of fine motor skills do you know?