Motor Skills Page 2 of 3

We have a range of toys, games and equipment to help the development motor skills, particularly suitable for those with additional needs and conditions such as autism.

For children who find activities such as handwriting, tying shoelaces, fastening buttons and holding small items, they will find learning new skills difficult and often frustrating. Using fun games and activities to practice fine motor skills can reduce anxiety and frustration, making the process fun and rewarding. Setting small achievable goals and repeating the process can lead to children achieving and learning tasks that before seemed beyond them.

Why not take a look at our huge range of pencil grips of different shapes and sizes that make holding a pen or pencil easier, they are an inexpensive aid that help with handwriting skills.

Our lacing beads and sewing threads are great for repeating finger and wrist movements, or if it is tying shoelaces that you are looking for help with, we have lacing shoes to allow you to practice together.

 

 

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