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Baby Fine Motor Development | 9-12 Months

Turning pages of a book is a great activity that infuses fine motor development. The mobility of your babies fingers hand and arms will all be strengthen with the turn of every page. Their graft and hand-eye coordination also improve as they explore the book. Developing fine motor skill are important in establishing independent with a variety of life skills as they grow.

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Baby Fine Motor Development | 0-3 Months

Throughout this video you will see the how Becca is developing fine motor skills by griping and holding onto her mother’s fingers. It is important to provide your babies with opportunities to grip items in order to strengthen their hand and finger muscles.

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Baby Fine Motor Development | 6-9 Months

Babies are considered as tiny human beings that brings light and warmth in each family house. Every action that they do is cute in its own way especially when they reached the stage of 6-9 months old infant fine motor skills development. The tiny gestures they do especially when they know now how to smile when you are calling their name is a heart warmer that you cannot resist. The developing child is going to be much active within this age range. Parents and child are hands in hand in handling the development. It is important to be of a guide because even though fine motor skills are an only small movement, it can still endanger your baby especially that...

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Baby Fine Motor Development | 9-12 Months

Fine motor skills are the small movements your baby is capable of doing. The small movements they can finally do are grabbing objects, picking objects, turning pages of a book, sit on their own, and they can coordinate their eye movement with their hand movement. Parents are a great help with their child’s fine motor skills development because they are the ones they interact with every day. At this age range, your baby is beginning to be much more active than their 6-9 months old fine motor skills development. Play-based learning is recommended to keep the development of fine motor skills. When they play they move and use their cognitive skills at the same time. Activities that are based on...

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