Age 5 Development – Fine Motor Skills
Fine motor skills are related to hand and finger skills such as writing, cutting, opening lunch boxes and tying shoelaces. The development of these skills is based on the development of physical skills (such as basic body control and shoulder strength) that make steady progress in which one can move, along with age-appropriate control of the hands and arms.
- It cuts continuously in a certain plane.
- Imitates a circle drawing.
- Imitates a square drawing.
- writes your name Write the numbers 1-5.
- Imitates letters.
- He successfully uses one hand.
- Puts on and takes off clothes by himself
Possible Situations Encountered When It Doesn’t Progress
- Difficulty holding and using a pen.
- Difficulty learning to write your name and other letters of the alphabet.
- Do not depend on the caregiver for daily activities such as dressing.
- Anger or avoidance reflex in activities using a pen