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An infant’s fine motor skill development involves small muscle movements of the hands & arms, following objects with his/her eyes, and beginning movements which involve hand /eye coordination.
Here are some easy and interactive ways that introduce fine motor skills while enjoying quality bonding time!
- Encourage visual tracking by slowly moving a bright colored toy in a vertical motion.
- Exercise arms and hands by massaging your baby’s hands with lotion. Gently move and rub your baby’s hands together.
- Hold your infant close to you and place baby’s hand on your face. Let him touch and explore your face.
- Place a textured toy on your baby’s chest. Encourage your baby to feel and grasp and hold in one hand.
Encourage your baby’s abilities remembering all little ones develop at different rates.
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