Strength, stability and mobility are necessary in the shoulders and forearms for the child’s hand to work with control and precision. The shoulder muscles also provide the support base for bilateral coordination which results in both hands working with each other in a smooth fluid manner.
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I think Lego is the most genius thing ever invented for children. I have memories of spending hours building with Lego. I couldn’t wait to get Big Y his first bucket of Lego and in [...]
Big Y is 7 and currently required to produce larger amounts of handwriting in the classroom for literacy. The frustration often for children at this age is that they cannot write down their thoughts as fast as [...]
Bilateral Coordination is when both sides of the body work together in a smooth and coordinated way. In this activity I am encouraging Little M to use both her hands to do the same thing [...]