1 Fine Motor Skills Activity Box Children will love these activities, and the really good news is that as they play, their fi ne motors skills will be developing. The activities, written by Sharon Drew, each include ‘making it easier/harder’ ideas. Contents may vary.
2 Motor Skills United Occupational Therapy Programme
An easy-to-use programme, particularly effective with children who have dyspraxia or are waiting to be assessed. Colour coded and fun fi lled to integrate and develop motor and perceptual skills which impact on learning and handwriting.
3 Fine Motor Skills Board Set This set of 15 boards supports early mark making and preparation for handwriting by developing movement pattern skills, repetition of common letter formation actions and encouraging left to right movement. Provided with 100 sheets, the pencil tracks are ideal for all sizes of pencil, crayon or felt pen. Remove the board to see the work. Board Holder – Size: L296 x W105mm. Boards – Size: L291 x W94mm. Paper – Size: L296 x W105mm.
Fine Motor Skills Boards 035-SD12339
035-SD12686 Paper refi ll
£ 54 .95 £ 3.29
4 Pen Grip Development Magnetic Learning Board
This lovely wooden magnetic board helps children to learn how to hold a pen. It is also good for fi ne motor skills as the children move the beads with the magnetic wand. L29cm x W29cm.
5 Feed The Animals Fine Motor Skills Games
Children build fi ne motor control, develop eye/hand coordination as they help the hungry animals gobble up treats! Available individually or as a set. Each animal comes with it’s own bowl, 30 feeding objects and safe plastic tweezers.
035-SD08312 Feed the Dog £30.45
035-SD10242 Feed the Rabbit £30.45 035-SD10243 Feed the Monkey £30.45 035-SD10244 Set of 3