Pincer grasp is the coordination of the index finger and thumb to hold an item. Each time you hold a pen or button your shirt, you're using the pincer grasp. While it may seem like second nature to an adult, to a baby this is an important milestone in fine motor developmentHOW TO PLAY (HOW MANY PLAYERS)Try giving one card at a time and 10 wooden blocks. Let child place the blocks on their right place. Similarly let them achieve them all.
Once kids are clear with it, let them practice pattern skills on both cards.CONTAINS4 SMALL PLACING CARDS, 2 BIG PATTERN CARDS, 10 WOODEN BLOCKS MATERIALS USEDPLASTIC PAPER MATS, WOODEN CUBESMADE ININDIASKILLSSTEM SKILLS, LANGUAGE SKILLS,THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING, FINE GRIP SKILLSDIMENSIONS8 inch by 5 inch by 1.5 inch