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1. 1. Fine Motor Skills:- Timelines of childhood milestones: ( Starting from 9 months up to 5 years) 2.Our effort is to discuss :-  Real observation of children’s…
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  • 1. 1. Fine Motor Skills:- Timelines of childhood milestones: ( Starting from 9 months up to 5 years) 2.Our effort is to discuss :-  Real observation of children’s natural growth  Ways to develop Fine Motor Skills  Different correlated facts & factors 3. Who can be active participants?  Parents(Mother, Father, Guardian)  Educators and Educationists  Other stakeholders
  • 2. 1. Fine motor skills generally refer to the small movements of the hands, wrists, fingers, feet, toes, lips, and tongue. (healthofchildren.com). 2. Fine motor control is the coordination of the muscles , bones, and nerves to produce small, exact movements. (Medical Encyclopedia) 3. Fine motor skill is the coordination of small muscle movements-usually involving the synchronization of hands and fingers-with the eyes.------------------------------Fine motor skills aid in the growth of intelligence and develop continuously throughout the stages of human development. (en.m.wikipedia.org)
  • 3. Children should possess following qualities to have fine motor control:  Coordination  Muscle strength  Normal sensation
  • 4.  Fine motor skills influence the quality of the task and speed of task performance.  Fine motor skills are essential for performing everyday skills i.e. open lunch box, brushing teeth…  A child may suffer loss of self esteem and poor academic performance without the ability to perform everyday tasks.
  • 5. Ways to develop Social Interaction  Laugh and smile with your baby  Limit television and play with your child  "Social interaction is more important than we realized in the past," Yeargin-Allsopp tells WebMD. "Don't leave children off by themselves. Being engaged with your child on a daily basis is very important.“  children.webmd.com/features/is-your-baby-on-track
  • 6. We can involve our children at different level to develop Fine Motor Skills, however we should take care of our children. Activities to promote FMS should be fun oriented. Be selective in designing and choosing game to develop FMS of children.
  • 7. • Make homemade molding clay together, choose a theme, and work as a family to create that theme: a village, a sports team, an animal farm, and other things that require using imagination and fine motor skills. • Join your teen in lessons on a specific handmade craft: sewing, knitting, quilting, crocheting, jewelry making, scrapbooking, card making, etc. • Encourage your teen to write as much as possible by having him or her to give handwritten thank-you cards on a regular basis to others.
  • 8.  Encourage performance of small essential tasks like buttoning, zipping, tying laces, and ties.  Tickle Song: Simple, repetitive rhymes are great for improving your baby's memory skills  Ball games – a range of games involving rolling, kicking, throwing and catching.  Batting activities – a range of games involving the use of bats, sticks or racquets..
  • 9. ButtonsClothes pines
  • 10. Colander basket
  • 11. Kitchen tongs Hole puncher
  • 12. Paper clips Play dough
  • 13. Pipe cleaner
  • 14. Toothpicks+fine motor
  • 15. Syringes baster
  • 16. Make Breakfast Fun - Create raisin designs on a bagel or piece of toast -- or use the raisins to practice making shapes, numbers or letters with your little one. He loved "eating" the numbers and letters piece by piece!
  • 17. Involve them in art projects or games that involve drawing, writing, or scribbling like coloring, creating fun signs, or playing Pictionary.
  • 18. Sometimes parents, and educators face difficulties from children. Children do not want to do kinesthetic activities, however, we need to work on these lacking areas. These are as follows:  Avoidance and/or disinterest  Physical acitivity making sit down tasks of no interest  No interest in pencil skills (Childdevelopment.com)
  • 19. Rajeev Ranjan Principal B.Ed(English), PGDTE English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad Website:- www.rajeevranjan.net Email .Id : rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com 01/07/16 31" Teaching is an art". Rajeev Ranjan
  • 20. http://www.babycentre.co.uk/x6562/whats-the-difference-between-fine-motor-and-gross-motor- skills#ixzz2f3vnxblR http://www.parents.com/baby/development/physical/baby-motor-skilly-guide-by-age/ http://handsonaswegrow.com/30-kids-activities-materials-for-promoting-fine-motor-skills/ http://www.parents.com/toddlers-preschoolers/development/physical/activities-for- developing-motor-skills/?page=2 http://www.loveplayandlearn.com/2012/09/the-ultimate-list-of-fine-motor-skills- activities-for-children.html http://jennifischer.blogspot.in/2012/06/ten-for-tuesday-raisin-activities.html http://www.nationalkindergartenreadiness.com/2011/05/developing-motor-skills-a- kindergarten-teachers-tips/ www.nlm.nih.gov Pictures: Personal collection and from different websites mentioned above
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