Wooden graphomotor boards

99.00 

Najniższa cena z ostatnich 30 dni: 99.00 .

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Wiek: Toys for 3-Year-Olds, Toys for 5-Year-Olds, Toys for 7-Year-Olds
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The wooden set for graphomotor exercises consists of a base, 8 plates with different patterns and 2 styluses that vary in thickness.

Graphomotorics is the ability to write or draw graphic characters. It is a complex skill that requires the child to master, among other things, fine motor skills, visual perception and eye-hand coordination, and good concentration is also important. When writing, the correct way to hold the writing tool and its pressure is also very important. Too strong will cause the sheet of paper to perforate, and too weak will result in poor legibility of the drawn characters. While playing with our set, the child can train all the skills necessary for proper and fluent writing in the future.

Complementing the boards are 6 suggestions for their use, with varying degrees of difficulty.

 

Graphomotor boards also help shape: concentration, visual perception, eye-hand coordination, fine motor skills and sensory integration.
  1. Concentration is the ability to focus on something specific. It can be a task being performed, a particular object or instructions given by a teacher. Concentration ensures children’s proper development and is essential at each stage of their education.
  2. Visual perception allows a child to know and understand the world around him, and is essential for further education when learning to read, write and count. When playing with several pieces with different patterns, the child has to focus his eyes on them and make an assessment of what he sees, such as shapes, similarities and differences. This is an introduction to more advanced analysis, which, among other things, forms the basis for logical thinking.
  3. Visuomotor coordination enables precision of movement. It is essential for daily activities – from eating, dressing, drawing or writing independently to physical activity. Eye-hand coordination additionally requires training of the child’s hands and fingers, i.e. fine motor skills.
  4. Small motor skills are the precise movements of the hands and fingers, such as squeezing, stroking, kneading and grasping. It is essential in many areas of a child’s life and the achievement of independence (e.g. brushing teeth, buttoning up, eating, writing).
  5. Sensory integration is the ability to perceive stimuli through the different senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch, as well as the ability to interpret them. This skill is essential in learning about and understanding the world around us.