We have been working hard this week, practicing with our tools. Practicing with tools not only teaches patience, but is a great way to continue developing fine motor skills. Developing fine motor skills allows kiddos to have a better sense of independence in small, but important ways (zipping zippers, washing hands, tying knots, etc.). Along with these more practical skills, developing fine motor skills will help encourage learning, creating, and exploring!
Ask Me About:
What did you add to our class sculpture?
What is your favorite tool to use in the classroom?
Can you name one of the 5 senses?