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By: Kim Warren. Child Development. Fine Motor Skills. Activities to strengthen small motor functions such as fingers. Cutting with scissors Stringing beads Crumpling paper Squeezing paint into and out of a medicine dropper.. Gross Motor Skills.

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By kim warren

By: Kim Warren

Child Development


Fine motor skills

Fine Motor Skills

  • Activities to strengthen small motor functions such as fingers.

  • Cutting with scissors

  • Stringing beads

  • Crumpling paper

  • Squeezing paint into and out of a medicine dropper.


Gross motor skills

Gross Motor Skills

  • Activities to strengthen large muscles.

  • Climbing

  • Running

  • Jumping

  • Throwing Balls

  • Riding Bikes


Social emotional

Social- emotional

  • Provide opportunities for children to exercise social emotional skills

  • Offer materials and opportunities for children to emulate adults.

  • Create opportunities for children to play and interact with one another.

  • Block play

  • Dramatic Play

  • Cooking Activities


Cognitive skills

Cognitive Skills

  • Ask open ended questions

  • Opportunities for children to experience cause and effect.

  • Sorting materials

  • One to one correspondence

  • Abilities to make patterns


Self help skills

Self Help Skills

  • Encourage children to do tasks for themselves.

  • Use a fork or spoon independently

  • Dress themselves

  • Toilet training

  • Uses language to solve own problems


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