Month: October 2019

The Use Of Wooden Toys In Fine Motor Development

Fine motor development refers to the small muscle movement in the hands and fingers, coordinated with the eyes, to perform simple tasks like buttoning and lacing to more complex tasks like writing, sewing, or soldering. Young children begin to develop their first fine motor skills during infancy and continue throughout early childhood. Wooden toys provide […]

Chasing Away Sleep Worries

The imagination is a very powerful thing, able to stir up all sorts of fears and worries. Most grownups aren’t afraid of the dark. As adults, we can tell ourselves that we’re being silly, reassuring ourselves to the point that we can get back to sleep at night. To a child who decides that the […]