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What material to choose for the development of fine motor skills in children?
What do we really need?

for the development of fine motos

We are often asked if it is possible to replace normal school classes in an interactive sandbox? No, because each material is special, it has a unique structure and certain properties. At an early age, it is very important to develop fine motor skills, this will help to correctly deliver speech in the future. From the age of 10 months, children are offered to be introduced to different materials: pebbles, cones, peas, rice, cords, seeds, sand and others.

Why

"Sand"

When interacting with various small objects, fine motor skills and perception develop. The child touches, analyzes, compares objects. The more materials the better. Tell children about the objects they interact with. Children can compare size, shape, color, purpose and more. Let them try to guess what they are for and use them for crafts.

Children love it!

The interactive sandbox will be a great addition to the development of fine motor skills. The sand is pleasant to touch. It can be poured, stroked, filled with a slide or dig a hole, leave marks on it or circle the palms. In any sandbox, you can introduce children to the concepts of high / low, many / few, far / close. The advantages of an interactive sandbox are that a child can visually get acquainted with natural phenomena, study geometric shapes, consolidate knowledge about color and shape. Now classes on the development of fine motor skills will become colorful and acquire a plot.

Results

How can it help

Classes for the development of fine motor skills are especially useful for children who are at risk for delayed speech and mental development. "developing speech, memory, attention, coordination and etc." With the help of an interactive sandbox, you can build a large number of activities aimed at developing speech, memory, attention, coordination. For children with motor disorders and cerebral palsy, it is advisable to use games where you need to use the left and right hand alternately. To do this, in the “Coloring” mode, we created paired pictures in order to use two hands at the same time.

Who can use

Interactive SandBox and Table

Classes in the interactive sandbox are suitable for children from 2 years old. Additionally, you can use figures, molds, brushes and much more. Invite your child to play hide and seek with toys. Let him try different modes and choose what he likes best. It is important and necessary to develop fine motor skills with the help of different materials. An interactive sandbox will help make the lesson exciting and interesting.

"Sounds so intresting, isn't it?"

Sand is an ideal tool for sensory development

by PlayStand company

Absolutely in all modes, children interact with sand. As a rule, they dig out something from the depths, or pour a hill on which an image appears. They can also dig long canals, paint with their fingers, play with small plastic or wooden toys that can be added to almost every mode. For a teacher, an interactive sandbox is a convenient tool that allows you to expand, deepen the lesson, and diversify it. Sandbox activities are ideal for illustrating and reinforcing what you have learned. It is important to understand that you can really change the educational process in kindergarten only when the use of interactive equipment becomes a daily routine for you and your colleagues. Do not give children interactive “on holidays” or “for good behavior.” Master all the features of the equipment so that it is as simple and easy to use as a notebook, pen or book. Your opportunities will increase without limit, and parents and children will thank you 1000 times for the brightest and most interesting activities.