Fine Motor Skills

Fine Motor Skills

Skill Definition

Encompasses the abilities required to control the smaller muscles of the body generally found in the hands.

Child’s Benefit

A crucial ability required to experience and learn about the world. As example, holding a pencil, crayon or fork requires basic fine motor skills.
Logic & Reasoning

Logic & Reasoning

Skill Definition

The capacity for a child to make sense of things.

Child’s Benefit

Thinking skills. It is the means by which children begin to understand and think about cause and effect, what works and what doesn't.
Hand Eye Coordination

Hand Eye Coordination

Skill Definition

The coordination of vision and hand movement to execute a task.

Child’s Benefit

A period of trial-and-error practice at sighting objects and grabbing at them. Builds abilities to be accurate and precise in conjunction with motor skills.
Tactile Sensory Development

Tactile Sensory Development

Skill Definition

Also known as the sense of touch, it refers to stimulation reaching the central nervous system from receptors in the skin.

Child’s Benefit

A child’s first and most important teacher is their sense of touch. It is the first sense they develop and can be stimulating, relaxing and therapeutic.
Easy Grip

Easy Grip

Skill Definition

A feature a toy possesses, though not developmental.

Child’s Benefit

Makes it easy for small hands, soapy hands or challenged hands to grasp, pick up, use and manipulate.

Tub Sub

  • Item # 525013
  • Age 12m+
  • 1 Pieces

Why do things sink or float? Tub Sub knows.

As a boat, it floats. As a sub, it sinks.

For a floating boat, push the flexible blue part down.

For a sinking sub, pull the blue part up and fill the bottom with water. Only the periscope (also a handle) will stay above the water.

Encourage thinking and reasoning

$ 9.90

Description

Includes: 1 Tub Sub

 

Dimensions:

15x 10 x 19cm
5.8x 4x 7.5inches 

Encompassing science, technology, engineering and mathematics, STEM learning activities foster logic, problem-solving and experimentation.

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