Your child’s grip over objects have started stabilizing with refined moves and he might also start showing high levels of confidence coupled with a growing interest to learn more.
What you can do
A preschooler enjoys taking initiative and being independent. Therefore, let your little one do his or her routine activities such as brushing, dressing, using the toilet, homework with a little help and supervision from you. Give your child as many writing accessories as possible to keep him busy throughout the day. Colors fascinate children! So, get crayons, paints, activity books and notepads to help him child further develop fine motor skills. Toys like building blocks, jigsaw puzzles go a long way in improving hand-eye co-ordination combined with brain development.