Develop manual dexterity and strengthening the finger muscles by crumpling tissue paper into small balls.
On a piece of construction paper, draw a simple shape or a simple picture.
Let the child tear out small pieces of tissue paper and ask him to crumple the pieces into a small ball, using his fingers. If the child is too young or if his hands are too weak, you should provide him with smaller pieces of tissue paper
Older children should be encouraged to use only their thumb, index finger, and middle finger.
Have the child glue the little balls he crumpled on the drawing.
In addition, this activity allows you to work on eye-hand coordination and visual integration as you may ask the child to glue the crumpled balls on a straight line, circle, or a simple picture.