Fine motor skills are the ability to make movements using the small muscles in our hands and wrists. Children rely on these skills to do key tasks in school and everyday life. These movements come so naturally to most people that we usually don’t think about them, but for many it can be frustrating and may hinder progress in many areas. Children attend intervention sessions which involve a variety of activities:
Pencil control (using different pencil grips) using scissors, rulers and other tools, threading beads, origami, modelling clay, typing skills, tying laces , cooking, lego, etc.
All these activities are carried out to help the children develop the skills they need.