Fine Motor Skills Toys & Tools

Fine Motor Skills Toys & Tools

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  1. Bright Lines Spiral Bound Notebook
    RW5975 Bright Lines Spiral Bound Notebook
  2. Sensory Bin Kit
    SP5876P Sensory Bin Kit
    From $5.39
  3. ABC Sensory Letters
    SP6652 ABC Sensory Letters
    $10.99
  4. Fidget Finger Puzzle Set
    MS6984 Fidget Finger Puzzle Set
    $12.99
  5. Ribbon Push and Pull Cube
    CF6988 Ribbon Push and Pull Cube
    $68.99
  6. Mini Write Slant Board
    HW7076 Mini Write Slant Board
    $46.99
  7. Large Slant Board
    HW7077 Large Slant Board
    $59.99
  8. Short Reach Slant Board
    HW7078 Short Reach Slant Board
    $26.99
  9. Sensory Wall Panel
    CF7326P Sensory Wall Panel
    From $55.99
  10. Peek A Boo Sea Creatures
    SP7052 Peek A Boo Sea Creatures
    Compare at $17.99 Regular Price $19.99
  11. Beanbag Activity Cards
    MW7089 Beanbag Activity Cards
    Compare at $11.69 Regular Price $12.99
  12. Grab and Go Sand
    SP7100 Grab and Go Sand
    $9.99
  13. Magneatos Better Builder Set
    SP5726P Magneatos Better Builder Set
    From $47.99

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Toys for Fine Motor Delay

Kids with fine motor delays can benefit from tools that help them build hand strength, finger muscles and fine motor skills. Therapists and kids love therapy putty as a versatile tool that can be used in the clinic, at home or even on the go. There are so many creative ways to pinch, pull, fold, roll and squeeze putty to work hand and finger muscles, improve grip strength and promote dexterity. Use sand and putty tools to extend imaginative play. In school, kids with poor bilateral coordination can benefit from using long loop or self-opening scissors when cutting paper. At home, build bilateral coordination skills using fidgets such as sensory pop tubes or marble mazes. Kids with poor handwriting may choose to use slant boards, palm weights, pencil weights, pencil grips or even a special handwriting glove when completing seatwork or homework. For fine motor work that's also a fun tactile experience, kids with sensory needs can mold weighted sand or feel slime ooze through their fingers. Fidgets are fun and irresistible and kids with fine motor weakness can build hand and finger strength as they twist, squeeze and manipulate fidget tools. Kids with fine motor delays can clip fidgets to their backpacks or stash them in a pocket to build fine motor skills during class, on the bus or while watching TV.

Fun & Function also carries products and toys for kids and adults with:

Cerebral Palsy | Down Syndrome