Paper Ripping Fine Motor Activity is a great way to practice Fine motor skills in toddler years.
What are Fine Motor Skills?
Fine and gross motor skills is one of the most important skills to be developed in a child’s early year. Fine motor skills refer to the coordination between small muscles, like those of the hands and fingers, with the eyes. All the daily task which we perform involve our fingers so it’s really important to strengthen those small muscles. Fine motor skills involve functions such as writing, grasping small objects and fastening buttons and so on and so forth.
Ripping Paper is a super fun way to get those little muscles strengthened. Along with Ripping Paper below are some super simple activities which can be great way to improve fine motor skills in toddlers:
- Scissors cutting Skills
- Opening and Closing Lids
- Cut, Paste and Match Activity
- Using Spray Bottle
- Inserting Pom-Pom in Bottle
Check out these super easy 15 No-Prep Fine Motor Skills which are must for kids to acquire basic life-skills in early years.
Paper ripping is an art wherein the thumb and the index fingers should be used. The usage of these two fingers together helps in progression at a lots of activities like zipping, eating, grasping, lacing, buttoning etc.
Let’s see the Ripping Paper Activity fun begin!
- Construction Paper
- White Paper
We just need to draw a figure for the kid so that the kid can tear paper into tiny pieces and glue them withing the borders. So, Let the fun begin!