Make Your Own Apple Toys for Preschoolers

RecyclingOTPublished: September 29, 2017Updated: October 3, 20171,738 views
Published: September 29, 2017Updated: October 3, 2017

This video demonstrates 3 different apple fine motor activities made out of plastic bottles. Bending and lacing plastic apples strengthens fingers and develops eye-hand coordination. Inserting or removing worms from apples is great pretend play and pushing the circles down hard to decorate the big apple develops the motor control needed to grasp a pencil. These activities are fun and help both typically developing children and children with challenges such as autism to build hand skills.
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