This product is ideal for Toddlers, Preschoolers, children with Dyslexia, children with Autism, Seniors with Dementia or Alzheimer's.
Targeted Skills - repetition - colour matching - image recreation - fine motor - memory recall - pincer grasp - hand eye coordination
Fine motor skills involve small muscles working with the brain and nervous system to control movements in areas such as the hands, fingers, lips, tongue and eyes. Developing fine motor skills helps children do things like eating, writing, manipulating objects and getting dressed.
Repetitive tasks can be highly beneficial for people with Alzheimer's disease. They can improve self-esteem and give them a sense of purpose and normalcy, things they often lose as their disease progresses. Brain areas responsible for the hand function are utilized, so fine motor activity should improve cognitive functioning due to stimulating both the premotor cortex and also the nerves of the other cortex.
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