Guest Post: Wendy, TinyEYE Occupational Therapist
As an Occupational Therapist and fellow parent of 2 young daughters, I am often approached by parents who want ideas about how to help their children develop their motor skills. Listed below are seven simple ideas to play and help develop your child’s motor skills.
1. As your child becomes interested in coloring or drawing, have him work at an easel or tape a large piece of paper to the wall. This will help to develop stability in the shoulder and elbow while developing the dynamic movements in the wrist and fingers for writing.