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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  1.  First Builders 1-2-3 Count!
    •  1+

    The 30 blocks in the First Builders 1-2-3 Count! set help children with basic counting skills as well as subtraction and addition. The blocks come with a sheet of stickers to be applied to the…

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    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  2. Excavation Kits

    Excavation Kits

    from Geoworld

    •  11.99
    •  6+

    Paleontologists continue to find fossils of animals from prehistoric times. Now kids can dig and discover in the same way with Excavation Kits from Geoworld. Developed under the supervision of…

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  3. Laugh & Learn Piggy Bank

    Laugh & Learn Piggy Bank

    from Fisher-Price

    •  20.00
    •  6 mos+

    To build fine motor skills in younger kids, have them do simple actions like putting coins in slots. This helps develop the pincer grasp (thumb-and-forefinger motion that's involved for manipulating…

  4. Connect 4

    Connect 4

    from Hasbro

    •  15.99
    •  6+

    After your child has mastered larger coins, he or she is ready to sharpen those skills with the Connect 4 game by Hasbro. This game is easy to set up, has plenty of chips. My son's favorite part is…

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