My sister in law recently asked me to create some printables and materials for her daughter, a toddler. I'm so excited to have a younger kiddo to create works for, and I have to admit, I got a little bit carried away. In this article, I wanted to share a few simple ideas for tray activities you can set up for toddlers to work on fine motor skills and pincer grasp.
These types of activities were a lot of fun for Y when he was about two, two and a half years old. He craved works that involved his hands, fine motor skills, practical life activities. If I were to go a day without creating new practical life works for him, he would gather the materials himself (from the kitchen) and create his own works. Seriously guys, the kiddo would grab the dried beans, two bowls and a spoon and would spend twenty minutes spooning at his table. Or pouring water from one cup to another. He loved these types of activities! Loooved!
So! Today, I wanted to share a few fun ideas for working on strengthening little hands!