Medlar transfer with squeezy tweezers
This page includes a transfer activity with for autumn theme prepared by me for my sweet girl.
- This is a practical life exercise. The child is developing hand-eye coordination, concentration, practicing aiming for a target, and fine motor skills.
- Practical Life:Other types of exercises that are great for developing practical skills for day to day tasks include practicing pouring things like beans or rice from one container to another, which is a good starting point for teaching the different aspects of cooking later on. Older kids can learn how to make a simple snack by having the ingredients laid out and then watching a demonstration by the instructor. Another great task involves the children learning things like how a clothespin holds clothes onto a line or how a shirt goes on a hanger. These are easy to replicate by inexpensive methods like buying items at a dollar or thrift store if you want to practice them at home.