Fine Motor activities to develop eye-hand coordination is done through manipulating clay, stringing beads, hammering, pasting, colouring, painting, pouring, lacing and using scissors. This results in development of dexterity and strength of the small muscles. Use of the natural hand preference is observed and encouraged although hand dominance is not yet achieved. Eye tracking is another activity that promotes the left-to-right progression skill required for reading readiness.
Photography With
A Difference:
Through Special Eyes

In cooperation with Photography with a Difference (Filipino advocate photographers), Kids Cove is organizing a photo exhibit from 4-6 November 2010, entitled Photography With A ...