Activity : Champion Connector
Kids love art games! Before kids begin to write their ABCs and 123s, it’s good to give them plenty of practice to scribble, connect, draw and develop pencil grasp.
This activity is a simple hand-eye coordination activity that also allows your child to practice pre-writing skills while creating pretty patterns. As effortless as the activity is, it is also engaging and can bring out your child’s creativity. Read on to know more.
Things You Will Need
- Color pen/pencil
While you follow the activity, ensure you focus on
- Fine Motor: Pre-writing practice, tracing, grasping, strengthening finger and hand muscles
- Cognitive skills: Strategy building, hand-eye coordination, sitting span, focus. relation-building, concentration,
Let's Get Started :)
Below is a list of resources, to help you conduct the activity with ease!
- Activity Video
Watch and follow along!
For children with low vision
Use high contrast and bold character use. Even just a black dot will also work.
For children with blindness
Place tangible objects at a distance and ask to connect with the help of a thread.
With older kids
Use this as a matching or sequencing activity. Use it with numbers or alphabets to connect and create a complex shape at the end.
We hope your kids enjoy this activity and get excited about the different patterns and connections they can make. Stay tuned for more activities.
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