This course facilitates small motor skills that develop the smaller muscle movements, mostly in the hands and fingers. Small motor skill development also involves hand-eye coordination. These skills are responsible for grasping, holding, and manipulating small objects and will enable children to better grasp pencils, crayons and scissors when they learn to write and cut.


Course Curriculum

  Lesson 1 - Basic Hand Milestones
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  Lesson 2 - Small Muscles of the Feet
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  Lesson 3 - Developmental Progression of the Grasp
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  Lesson 4 - Hand-eye Coordination
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  Lesson 5 - Hand Grips and Grasps
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  Lesson 6 - Small Muscles of the Mouth
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R480

Small Muscle Development for Babies

A 6-week course developing fine motor skills

This 6-week course facilitates small motor skills that develop the smaller muscle movements, mostly in the hands and fingers. Small motor skill development also involves hand-eye coordination. These skills are responsible for grasping, holding, and manipulating small objects and will enable children to better grasp pencils, crayons and scissors when they learn to write and cut.

$37

Small Muscle Development for Babies

A 6-week course developing fine motor skills

This 6-week course facilitates small motor skills that develop the smaller muscle movements, mostly in the hands and fingers. Small motor skill development also involves hand-eye coordination. These skills are responsible for grasping, holding, and manipulating small objects and will enable children to better grasp pencils, crayons and scissors when they learn to write and cut.

€34

Small Muscle Development for Babies

A 6-week course developing fine motor skills

This 6-week course facilitates small motor skills that develop the smaller muscle movements, mostly in the hands and fingers. Small motor skill development also involves hand-eye coordination. These skills are responsible for grasping, holding, and manipulating small objects and will enable children to better grasp pencils, crayons and scissors when they learn to write and cut.