Fine motor development

SHELLEY HEAPHY for The Parents' voice
“Fine motor skill is the coordination of small muscles in movement (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fine_motor_skill).” Fine motor skills allow us to make small movements, for example holding a crayon, tying shoes, opening lunch containers, doing up buttons, cutting with scissors etc. The development of fine motor skills is . . .

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