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Early childhood is a very important stage.
At birth, children are totally dependent on adults for the fulfillment of their needs. Slowly, they develop the ability to raise their chin, grab hold of an object, remain seated for a certain period of time, and begin to scribble on paper. Before we know it, children acquire skills and autonomy.
To reach this point, the adults who surround little ones must offer enriching and stimulating activities that call upon every aspect of their development. Childhood development can be divided into categories: gross motor skills (sitting, walking, running, jumping, etc.), fine motor skills (holding a pencil, writing, cutting, etc.), cognitive skills (intelligence, learning, etc.), language (words, sentences, comprehension, etc.), and social skills (interaction with peers and adults).
In this article, I have chosen to focus on activities that help children develop their fine motor skills.
0 to 6 months:
6 to 12 months:
12 to 24 months:
2 to 3 years old:
3 to 4 years old:
4 to 5 years old:
These activities are just the beginning. With a little imagination and time, you can create a wide range of activities with practically no material.
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