Get your child's fine motor skills in gear with this 4-piece dressing and zipping wall panel set! Mount 'em on the wall so your child can get to work perfecting their pincer grip and other fine motor feats.
The set contains 4 dressing and zipping sensory boards for the wall providing comprehensive activities to develop valuable fine motor skills. .
Start by tying shoe laces then fasten the clips and Velcro on the dungarees board. Once they button the dress, tie the bow, and push the press studs, they can zip and snap and release clips on the bag board.
Your child will be zipping and snapping clips like a pro in no time!
Sensory Wall Product Information
- Size: 44 x 44 x 2.5 cm (L x H x W)
- Recommended age: 18 months +
Sensory Wall Toy Safety
It's made with non-toxic paints & inks and comply with EN71 & ASTM toy standards.
Benefits of Getting Dressed Sensory Wall
Engaging in fine motor activities related to getting dressed can provide several benefits for individuals, particularly children. Here are some of the key benefits:
Fine motor skill development: Fine motor skills involve the coordination of small muscles in the hands and fingers. Getting dressed activities such as buttoning, zipping, and tying shoelaces require precise finger movements, hand-eye coordination, and bilateral coordination. Regular practice of these activities can improve fine motor skills, dexterity, and hand strength.
Independence and self-care skills: Learning to get dressed independently is an important milestone in a child's development. Engaging in dressing activities allows children to practice self-care skills and gain a sense of autonomy and independence. As they master each step of the process, they become more self-reliant in managing their daily routines.
Boosting confidence and self-esteem: Mastering the skills needed for getting dressed independently can boost a child's confidence and self-esteem. As they accomplish each step successfully, they develop a sense of pride and accomplishment. This positive reinforcement encourages them to take on new challenges and build resilience.