Fine motor movements are the actions performed with the small muscles in the hands, fingers and wrist. Whether your child is holding a pencil, holding a pair of scissors or colouring-in, they will require the precise movements of their small muscles to accomplish their task satisfactorily. When a child develops their fine motor skills, they are gaining competence using the small muscles in his hands.
Where a child colours in usually purely for fun and enjoyment, they are actually developing the fine motor abilities which are so important for later in life.

When learning to colour, the child discovers how to hold and control the colouring product. Learning this coordination is essential to a child’s development. Coloring is typically a child’s initial experience with how to properly grip a writing instrument.


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