Every FINE motor skill requires that you are able to interpret your visual perceptions into corresponding physical movements. Because fine motor activities encompass so many routine functions, a fine motor delay can have a measurable negative impact on a person’s ability to handle daily practical tasks. There are many activities that help to improve fine motor skills and the connection between what your eyes see and how your fine motor muscles integrate that information into movements.
Trace over lines in a picture, or trace shapes, letters and numbers that are made of dotted or dashed lines
Thread something small onto a pipe cleaner.
Place pick up sticks into the small holes on the cheese shaker cover.