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Ask AI: what are some games to help develop children's small-motor skills?

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1. Building Blocks: Helps develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as they grasp, stack, and balance different shapes and sizes. 2. Lego & Duplo: This involves intricate hand movements and application of cognitive skills. 3. Jigsaw Puzzles: Helps children with hand-eye coordination and problem-solving skills. 4. Play-Doh: Flexing and molding the dough can enhance finger dexterity. 5. Drawing, Painting & Coloring: Encourages creativity while improving motor skills. 6. Stringing Beads: Improves hand-eye coordination and dexterity as children pick up small beads and thread them onto a string. 7. Board Games: Games like Candy Land or Snakes & Ladders teach kids to handle cards and move pieces around. 8. Jenga: Teaches children precision and control as they extract and stack blocks. 9. Origami: Also great for improving precision, coordination, and manual dexterity. 10. Playing with Dolls or Action Figures: Holding and manipulating these toys can help develop fine motor skills. Remember, it's important to provide supervision during these activities depending on the child's age and the specific materials involved.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 2, 2023, 5:09 p.m.

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Published: Monday, October 2, 2023

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