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.
Gross Motor Skills

Gross 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.
Socialization

Socialization

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

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.
Hand Eye Coordination

Hand Eye Coordination

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.

Fun Z Balls

  • Item # 705393
  • Age 6m+
  • 3 Pieces

Anything but ordinary, Fun Z Balls are kind of funny looking and lots of fun to play with.

Each one responds to gravity in a different way.

 

$ 29.99

Description

Includes: 3 balls set

Each ball incorporates different and distinct characteristics promoting exploration and sensory play.

Pack Dimensions:

30x8x29 cm

12x3x11inches

STEM product

They may look quirky, yet they’re made that way to introduce baby to logic and early science. Red is all off-center and goes sideways.

Yellow has little weights inside and goes in a “Z” direction.

Blue has ridges and goes smooth and slow 

That’s how they roll.

 

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