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February 25, 2009

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The other day I was randomly looking over my Amazon profile, and found a list I made of products that help build fine-motor skills in babies, toddlers, and children. I wrote it in 2007 when Jake was 5 and in still in Occupational Therapy - we were really focusing at the time on his fine motor skills. I owe a lot of what I know about such things to our lovely O.T. Rachael, and to many of the books I have listed to the right.

I think a lot of people would be surprised how easy it is to start including fine-motor activities in playtime . . . especially since so many really fun things help to build those skills! Many of you are probably already doing some of these activities with your children and not realizing how great they are for development i think so.

DSH

I am hoping to put this out on our shelf tomorrow. I hope the children enjoy it and aren't to harsh with it.

Melissa

I love this! I'm going to try to find our Eric Carle rainbow book to go along with it when I introduce it to O. Thanks for another great idea!

Heather

Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas! My students have benefitted on more than one occasion. I am adding this one to the list :)

Shanelle

This is fantastic! I love how adding the beads makes the rainbow an "abacus" of sorts.

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