‘Mommy Hana’ Magic Book For Kids

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‘Mommy Hana’ Magic Book For Kids

‘Mommy Hana’ Magic Book For Kids is a great dual language (Malay and English) educational gift that can be given to children 3 years and above. It comes complete with 4 fun books, namely drawing, mathematics, alphabets and Jawi (Arabic script).

Great features of ‘Mommy Hana’ Magic Book For Kids are:

  • Magical Reusable Function -> Handwriting Automatically Disappears After Dry And Great For Repeated Practice Usage
  • Has 3 Dimensional Groove Design And Standard Writing Format
  • High Quality Paper, Strong, Durable, And Comfortable To Write On
  • These Books Help To Build Kids Motor Skills
  • These Books Are A Great Help In Reading, Writing And Comprehension Skills
  • Great For Learning Calligraphic Letter Writing
  • Greet opportunity to learn Malay language through English

The best gift you can give your child is the gift of knowledge. Do it through ‘Mommy Hana’ Magic Book For Kids.

 

‘Mommy Hana’ Magic Book For Kids

‘Mommy Hana’ Magic Book For Kids is a great educational gift that can be given to children 3 years and above. It comes complete with 4 fun books, namely drawing, mathematics, alphabets and Jawi (Arabic script).

5 fine motor skills that parents and teachers can inculcate in children

Construction skills

Learning with Lego pieces, puzzles and train tracks are just a few ways to refine this type of fine motor capabilities. Construction activities that require pushing and pulling with fingers and storing construction materials in jars with screw lids are great ways to keep these fine motor skills flowing. This type of skill will also promote hand and finger strength, which is an ability to exert force against resistance using the hands and fingers, allowing necessary muscle power for controlled movement.

Pencil skills

From drawing and writing to scribbling and colouring, this fine motor skill is commonly practised in the classroom during academic activity sessions. By regularly using pencils and pens in the classroom, students will soon master object manipulation, which is the ability to manipulate tools in their hands skillfully and have controlled use of everyday devices such as a toothbrush or hairbrush. This will also help teachers understand their students’ hand dominance. By determining which is the student’s dominant hand, they can reinforce its more frequent use in precision task performance.

IT skills

Skills such as mouse and stylus manipulation, increasing a young student’s IT expertise, also encompass fine motor methods. Teaching these skills early on will help children develop typing skills and utilise various forms of technology for the future. You can sometimes tell if a student has difficulty with this if their interest in IT is passive. For instance, if they’re watching TV or a tablet, they don’t need to use fine motor skills. But if they’re more active in their IT habits by typing and moving the mouse around, they will be more inclined to improve them.

Scissor skills

A superb contender for hand-eye coordination, classroom activities that involve precise cutting will encourage students to process information received from the eyes to control, guide and direct the hands. Tasks that involve scissors will also enhance finger strength, that’s why craft sessions are so popular within the international school community. Teaching children to recycle with materials such as old boxes, paper and egg cartons, and allowing them to create something new is a win-win for all, combining an eco-conscious activity with a fine motor skill session.

Self-care skills

This fine motor skill method could teach learners to tie up their shoelaces, to fasten belts, to use cutlery, to open lunchboxes and open food bags. Or, teachers could conduct lessons that inform students about brushing their hair and cleaning their teeth. This helps children develop an age-appropriate mastery of self-care tasks, equipping them with natural fine motor skills and the experience of everyday actions. Parents can also increase these fine motor skills by asking their child or children to help around the house with simple chores.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 25 × 17 × 5 cm

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