Top Special Needs - Fine Motor Skills
Fine motor generally refers to the movement of the small muscle groups as found in the in hands, wrists, fingers, feet and toes. Many children with conditions, such as hypotonia or sensory processing disorder, and others, have difficulty or are delayed in this area. Physical and/or occupational therapy in addition to working with your child at home can help increase their fine motor skills. Below are some toys that can also help.
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The LEGO Friends are off to high school with the new 487-piece LEGO Friends: Heartlake High building set. It is for ages 6+.
from Pressman Toy
Kids 3+ can put together a picture of Smurfette with this 24-piece puzzle in collectible lunchbox.
Kids 7–12 can build three models with this versatile building set.
from Green Toys
Introduce babies 6 months+ to shapes, colors, and more with this eco-friendly shape sorter.
from MEGA Bloks
Kids 1–5 can build and imagine with these three-block sets that feature different characters, including a dragon, knight, and horse.
Thomas fans 3+ can build and rebuild a two-level train track for Thomas with this 40-piece, easy-to-use set.
Kids 2–5 can build a train, tunnel, building, or dog house with the 31 pieces in this set that includes 10 numbered bricks for introducing toddlers to counting 1–10.
Disney Princess fans 2–5 can build a boat ride scene for Ariel and Prince Eric with this 30-piece building set.
from Cardinal Games
Doc McStuffins fans 3+ can put together a Doc McStuffins puzzle and then create different play scenes on the puzzle with the included sticker clings of Doc's friends and accessories.
from Cardinal Industries
Doc McStuffins fans 3+ can put together this 24-piece puzzle of Doc, Lambie, Hallie, and Chilly, then take it apart and store all the pieces inside the included lunchbox tin.