Here is a list of fine motor skills milestones that your toddler is likely to achieve in her second year of life.
By Ram Shankar
The first year of your baby was an eventful one for her. She learned to pick up and drop objects. Her dexterity improved to such an extent that she could use the pincer grasp. Now, she is two and her fine motor skills are going to reach new milestones. Let’s take a quick look at them!
At this stage, your child will be very interested in activities such as drawing, building and manipulating objects. You can get him toys such as building blocks, construction sets and crayons. In this way, you can enhance his learning and also engage him in a way that’s fun!
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