Toys that encourage the practice of fine motor skills are perfect and highly entertaining for young children. While the development of fine motor skills is enhanced naturally during meals and playtime, these toys make great alternatives to the annoying ones you might have around the house.
Coordination naturally comes with age, but there are many toys and activities to help enhance the natural process of learning and practice through coordination-based toys. Puzzles and activities that require two hands and concentration as well as everyday tasks (getting dressed, clearing a table, etc.) help a child build coordination and independence with his imagination -- and without the use of loud, battery operated toys.
The act of sorting, stacking and finding a sequence during playtime helps children learn while finding rewarding outcomes all on their own. Because these activities have a built-in control of error, children learn how to problem solve through play.
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