Best ways to improve handwriting

Room 3 is spending time developing our muscles in our hands and wrists.

WHY? Our goal is to improve our handwriting so it becomes legible and that we can write for a longer period of time without getting a sore hand. Mrs Forrest introduced us to some cool hands-on tasks and we were super excited about playing with these. The activities cater for everyone's interests -- knitting and crochet, loom band bracelets, puzzles -- which not only develops our fine motor skill, it's a lot of thinking as well.

Creating a Roller Coaster Marble Circuit - STEM challenge, 3D maze challenges, you need a steady hand for this one, and so much more. We are excited to see how we improve. 

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Iron on beads pick up and put on index finger and thumb

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Jayda Jasimyn and Navaehion on beads

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Ezra winding string around a bracelet

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Eve and Jess threading beads to make a bracelet

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The boys creating a Sailing Yacht out of Legon Technic

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Chess look at the concerntration

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girls loved making bracelets

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great fine motor skill develop while having fun

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Finnley and Lucas making loom band bracelets

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Building a rubber band racer

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Putting together the marble run circuit

1. Iron on beads creating design patterns pick up and put on index finger and thumb