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Do you want to know the KEY to better fine motor skills for your preschooler?

It’s simple…just START!

Don’t wait any longer. Get started with including fine motor activities into your routines today. Make it a habit to practice together and get those little hands ready for big plans.

Kindergarten is just around the corner. It’ll be here before you know it, and there’s a lot of things that will be expected of your little one that require strong fine motor skills.

I can’t just say “start” and then leave it at that. Of course I’m going to give you the resources to actually get started.

That’s why I created the Preschool Fine Motor Skills Starter Kit. It’s everything that you need to start a habit of fine motor play with your child today.

The Benefits of Better Fine Motor Skills

Better fine motor skills comes with so many benefits. There are the obvious, like being able to manipulate zippers and buttons better, managing items at meal time, hold a pencil properly, or use scissors without crying.

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There are also a ton of benefits that are quite as obvious. When a child masters something small, like using tongs to pick up a pom pom or putting a piece of washi tape where they want it, their confidence grows.

When confidence grows, you want to try harder and harder things. It’s just a fact of life that we are willing to do things without hesitation when we feel that we won’t fail at them repeatedly.

With increased confidence comes more and more skills attempted and mastered. And that leads to greater independence.

Trust me, you will never regret the time that you spend in find motor play with your kids. The time you spend helping your child develop stronger fine skills will return to you ten fold.

The Preschool Fine Motor kit is completely free, and will get your little one started out on the right foot (or hand 😊).

It includes so many great resources, including:

🖍 ABC coloring pages
🖍 Numbers play dough mats
🖍 Tips for effectively teaching a preschooler
🖍 Fine motor milestones chart
🖍 Kindergarten readiness checklist
🖍 OT tips for maximizing coloring pages

In your corner,

Joy (pediatric OT)

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