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Saturday, January 25 • 13:15 - 14:15
Transitions & movement games to help develop fine motor skills

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In this workshop we will participate in a number of activities that require minimal preparation and little or no equipment. They can be used in one-to-one, group or class situations. Fine motor skills are vital to the development in young children, these activities will therefore help build and support this growth. We will begin with an evaluation checklist to use to identify children with fine motor discomfort, and practical tips for trouble shooting concerns.

Outcomes:
This age appropriate session will help teachers and assistants to effectively progress fine motor skills in a meaningful and engaging way. Activities include: Warming up, hand and finger strength, manipulation, and eye-hand co-ordination.

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Sherri Cervantes

Teacher, Heidelberg International School
I teach Early Primary 1 & 2. I value creativity in the classroom, encourage them to think outside the box and look for more than just one answer. Being apart of the foundation of learning is sometimes scary, but it makes me strive to be a better teacher and understand the learning... Read More →


Saturday January 25, 2020 13:15 - 14:15 CET
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