The Hands Have It!
Squeezing Play Dough, Fastening Buttons, Snipping with Scissors, and So Much More
99 Fine Motor Activities presents fun, engaging ideas to involve the fine motor muscles in your child’s hands, fingers, and wrists. Ten talented moms come together to share the most successful, creative, and inspiring invitations to play that they set up for their own kids to get those little hands working!
Your child’s hands develop and change so much in the first years of life. From chubby newborn fists that can barely open to infants reaching for your face as they coo to toddlers self feeding and stacking blocks, soon you will have a preschooler learning to cut, write, and turn the pages of a book!
99 Fine Motor Activities Includes:
Busy Bag Ideas for Playing On The Go,
Sensory Exploration Invitations,
Practical Life Ideas,
Early Learning Activities to Introduce Colors, Letters, & Math,
Art & Crafts to Inspire Creativity,
Seasonal Ideas to Celebrate the Holidays.
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Nicolette Roux is a SAHM to 4 little ones age 6 and under. She loves to share her simple and easy crafts & activities, printables and learning ideas for baby, toddler and preschoolers!
Laura Marschel is a stay-at-home mom to two sweet redheads. She keeps her kids happy and learning by creating a mix of activities ranging from quiet crafts and art projects to energy burners.
Blayne Burke focuses on crafts and activities for babies and toddlers as she prepares to homeschool her children in the future. Together as a family they love exploring and learning about the world around them!
Georgina Bomer loves creating engaging and educational activities for her son and watching him learn and develop.
Devany LeDrew is a former kindergarten teacher turned write-at-home-mom. She creates play based learning invitations as she combines her background in Early Childhood Education and Educational Psychology with her passion for homeschooling.
Sarah McClelland enjoys using hands-on sensory play to encourage, engage and create joy in learning for her son. All her activities are put together using simple, everyday items that can be reused in so many fun ways.
Kristina Couturier desires to instill a love of learning in her children, and is a homeschooling mother to 3 children and she shares her homeschool journey and learning activities on her blog.
Dyan Robson is a stay at home mom to two boys, and can be found blogging about quiet books, light table activities, sensory play ideas, and music activities for kids, as well as an occasional piano teaching post or DIY project.
Emma Craig is a SAHM to a 5-year-old daughter. She blogs about fun activities for toddlers and preschoolers - keeping them busy and learning!
Samantha Soper-Caetano, after working in the early childhood field is now focusing her attention on her own very active preschooler by engaging her son in early learning, including fine motor activities, sensory play, nature exploration, science experiments & crafts.
As a pediatric occupational therapist, I'm always looking for new fine motor ideas for my kids at work. This book is FULL of simple, quick-on-the-draw fine motor activities for all ages and ability levels. I'll be keeping this resource handy in my therapy room as I plan my treatment sessions each week!- theinspiredtreehouse
This is the most complete book of fun and age appropriate ideas. Worth every cent and so much easier than looking things up online all of the time. Instructions are complete as well as illustrations.- Amazon Fan
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Description du livre CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. État : Brand New. 1st edition. 126 pages. 10.80x8.40x0.40 inches. This item is printed on demand. N° de réf. du libraire zk1500956791