By Lela Kaufman. Alphabet. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 04:02:43 AM.
Blocks also provide physical development for children. Playing with blocks will improve both the childs gross motor skills and fine motor skills. As children pick up the small blocks, carry them from place to place, and position them, their small muscles will develop. Even seemingly \"small\" motions will provide benefits. When children stack blocks, they will improve their hand-eye coordination as well as their balance.
Tagalog is the language of the Philippine Islands. It is one of the most prominent languages of the Philippines. Its prominence has led it to also be called, Filipino. While the Tagalog language has existed for several years the government adopted the more common name to help with the acceptance of Tagalog among other Filipinos. According to statistics the Tagalog language is spoken as a first language by over 24 million individuals and as a second language by more than 65 million Filipinos.
The Tripod Pencil Grasp: This pencil grip is the one that is most recommended by schools. The pencil should be positioned so that there is equal pressure between the thumb, the side of the middle finger and the tip of the index finger. All fingers are bent slightly.When a pencil is held correctly, the thumb and forefinger form an oval when a child holds the pencil. Tension in the hand or fingers indicates weak fine motor skills. You can improve your childs fine motor skills through various writing activities or through other fun activities which involve movement of fingers (like playing with play dough).
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