Wondering when your baby will get hold of that paintbrush and create a masterpiece? Read on to know how your child’s chubby hands and fingers develop and how you can help her.
By Team ParentCircle
A baby’s hand and finger muscles are working hard every day as he develops his fine motor skills. As an infant, when your child reaches out to his toys and grasps them, he is developing his fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. This will help your child learn to draw, paint, write, button his clothes, open boxes, eat with a spoon, use scissors and more. As he grows, your child’s activities such as scribbling on the walls, mixing batter, and playing with clay help strengthen his delicate finger muscles.
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