Fine Motor/Visual Perception Resources for Parents and Families
Fine motor involves manual dexterity, strength, and often require coordinating movements of the hands and fingers with the eyes; this called hand-eye coordination. Components of fine motor skills include being able to grip and manipulate objects, use both hands for a task, and use just the thumb and one finger to pick something up, rather than the whole hand.
- Activities to Improve Hand Strength and Dexterity Ι developed by HDESD Occupational Therapists
- Fine Motor Hand, Finger, and Writing Exercises Ι compiled by Karen Rogers, HDESD Occupational Therapist
- Hand and Finger Therapy Putty Exercises Ι Ronna L. DeKoven, OTR/L, C/NDT, SI Certified
- Cards! Ι Karen Rogers, HDESD Occupational Therapist