Clothing Book for Kids | my crazily extensive craft section | Crafts, Baby crafts, Book activitiesAffiliate and Referral links are used below to promote products I love and recommend. I receive a commission on any purchases made through these links. Please see my disclosure policy for more details. One of the more challenging skills to learn as far as fine motor skills are concerned is something most of us probably do daily. For children, learning how to use buttons, snaps, zippers, and buckles can be a huge learning curve. But that is were learning through play can be a huge help to them.
What made me make my first quiet book
Once baby discovers his hands -- and starts to figure out how they work -- a world of learning awaits. When it comes to milestones, walking gets most of the fanfare. But mastering fine motor skills is no small feat. Whereas learning how to crawl or run calls for boundless energy, learning to pick up a diced peach or to button a shirt requires something children don't have in such large supply: patience. Babies need to differentiate those sets of muscles to use their fingers, their hands, and their arms in a very fine-tuned fashion. The first year of life lays the foundation of fine motor development.
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Quiet book - I'm a big sister! - made by Little Bean's Toy Chest
From making different Mr. Yes, please. Go HERE to make your own! How cute!! So much fun for a little one! I asked her where she got it, and was a little brokenhearted when she said she and some other friends mass-produced pages and swapped them to make the book.