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Cherry Grasp

Using the tweezers to pick up the cherries helps reinforce functional grasp as the child holds the tongs in the same manner writing tool or scissors should be held. In addition, this activity works on visual perception as the child has to retrieve the cherry from a group of other cherries and place it into a small bucket.

Stereognosis Shape Finder

This game is working on the development of the child’s stereognosis skills as well as promoting visual perception by playing a shape finder game.

Rainbow of Skills

This is a fun activity that promotes the child’s fine motor skills and works mainly on bilateral use of hands and pincer grasp as the child tears the construction paper into small pieces.

Fruit Building

This is a delicious activity. While this activity promotes tripod grasp and bilateral hand use, it is also a wonderful way to introduce new foods and textures to picky eaters or those children who love and enjoy fruit. Suggested fruit: cantaloupe, watermelon, mango, banana, grapes, plums, and peaches (veggies are welcome as well).

Pop the Wrap

Who doesn’t like to pop the bubbles on the bubble wraps? The bigger, the better! This simple activity promotes pincer grasp, eye-hand coordination, and hand dexterity.

Fine Motor Marble Maze

A great way to work on fine motor skills (specifically finger isolation), visual-motor coordination, visual tracking, and bilateral coordination of the hands by creating a simple marble maze.

Stamp it up

This fun activity works on tripod grasp. Using a small stamp requires the child to use his fingers in a similar way of grasping a writing tool.

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