fine motor skills — a set of coor­di­nat­ed human actions aimed at per­form­ing accu­rate small move­ments with the hands and fin­gers and toes.

From an anatom­i­cal point of view, about a third of the entire area of ​​the motor pro­jec­tion of the cere­bral cor­tex is occu­pied by the pro­jec­tion of the hand, locat­ed very close to the speech zone. There­fore, the devel­op­ment of a child’s speech is inex­tri­ca­bly linked with the devel­op­ment of fine motor skills.

Every minute in a person’s life, it is required to per­form some kind of fine motor activ­i­ty: fas­ten­ing but­tons, manip­u­lat­ing small objects, writ­ing, draw­ing, etc., there­fore, his qual­i­ty of life direct­ly depends on its devel­op­ment.

Toys for the devel­op­ment of a child’s motor skills are dif­fer­ent: all kinds of sorters and pyra­mids, lac­ing and puz­zles, body­boards, busi­ness­doms, etc. There are a lot of exam­ples, but let’s look at some of them.

We will start with such an edu­ca­tion­al toy as puz­zles.

In this devel­op­ing puz­zle, every­thing is thought out to the small­est detail:

there is a whole palette of col­ors and pat­terns that can attract and inter­est the child. Com­par­ing the pieces of the puz­zle togeth­er, the child will devel­op imag­i­na­tion and asso­cia­tive think­ing (a con­cept that reflects the use of asso­ci­a­tions), he will learn to under­stand which object is com­pa­ra­ble to one or anoth­er ani­mal. The con­stant shift­ing of the lin­ers, the inter­est to pull them out and put them in is an inte­gral process in the devel­op­ment of motor skills in a child.

In the fol­low­ing descrip­tion, we want to tell you about a sim­ple but very enter­tain­ing toy like lac­ing.

At first glance, the toy is very sim­ple and you should not even pay atten­tion to it, BUT it is not. Lac­ing per­fect­ly ful­fills its main mis­sion — it devel­ops fine motor skills and log­ic. The main goal of the game is to lace the fig­ure with a cord. There are no spe­cif­ic algo­rithms or rules for lac­ing, which means that this toy is a whole field for your baby’s fan­ta­sy and imag­i­na­tion.

The final arti­cle in today’s arti­cle and, per­haps, one of the most pop­u­lar edu­ca­tion­al toys is body­board.

Body­boards come in dif­fer­ent types and for­mats, but the most inter­est­ing thing about them is that they com­bine all of the above toys and forms of devel­op­ment for your child. Its com­pact size allows you to use it both at home and on the go.

Every­thing you need for the devel­op­ment of your baby is in this busi­ness board: lac­ing, gears, hecks, var­i­ous twists, etc.

With our busi­ness board, the baby will get acquaint­ed with num­bers, learn to dis­tin­guish col­ors. Due to the abun­dance of dif­fer­ent col­ors and func­tion­al­i­ty, the busi­ness board will cap­ti­vate the child with an inter­est­ing activ­i­ty for a long time, which will allow you to go about your busi­ness.

All our toys are com­plete­ly safe for the child. All parts are made of high qual­i­ty wood, paint­ed with child-safe paint and water-based var­nish.

Sum­ming up this arti­cle, I would like to add that all our toys are aimed at devel­op­ing fine motor skills in a child, his imag­i­na­tion and think­ing. That is why they are cor­rect! When choos­ing toys for your baby, base your choice on the ben­e­fits and devel­op­ment of your baby.