Use Wind-Up Toys Fine Motor Activity
So, we have a small collection of wind-up toys. They are one of our favorite ways to play. There is just something about a chattereing set of teeth that walk that makes a kid smile. When you add in the fine motor benefits of playing with wind-up toys, it's a big bonus to those smiles! Grab a few wind-up toys and start building fine motor skills.
For more ways to build fine motor skills, try this in-hand manipulation puzzle.
Wind-up toys are a great way to build fine motor skills. In order to make the toys go, you need to wind a small knob on the side of the toy. This skill is one type of in-hand manipulation called rotation that is needed for skills like turning a pencil with the tips of your finger. Read more about the types of in-hand manipulation here.
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You can use wind-up toys for a fine motor activity by using several different toys. These are perfect little toys to add to Easter baskets or birthday gifts for kids. Ours are a collection that we have had for a couple of years now, but there are so many available out there. These little Spring bunnies and chicks are perfect for the fine motor activity we did.
Wind-Up Toys Fine Motor Activity
This activity is so easy and a great way to work on in-hand manipulation and bilateral coordination skills. Line up a few strands of yard or shoe laces on a table. Place one wind-up toy in each lane and have a race! It's a fun way to encourage fine motor strengthening.
Visual Perception Activity
Following the moving wind-up toys is an activity to develop and strengthen visual tracking, too.
Kids will love to have races over and over again with this wind-up toy fine motor activity!