The enticing design, original play elements, and children’s natural curiosity turn the activity board into the most popular toy to keep your child entertained at home and on the go. Discovering, exploring, playing, and solving various puzzles will exercise fine motor skills, coordination, and the child’s mind.
The activity board for children on the floor and wall contains lots of interconnected elements that make it a real puzzle for older children. To explore and play with the board, often manual dexterity alone is not enough. To fine motor skills, you need to engage in analytical and logical thinking, arm yourself with patience, and focus on the goal – figuring out how to open the secured door, how to move the wheels, and unravel other mysteries. The interconnectedness of the elements can sometimes be a challenge for children, but the adventure with the fox godmother is well worth it.
A child’s mind is at his fingertips. Fine motor skills are the ability to make fine, precise movements with the hands and fingers through the coordinated action of the child’s nervous system, vision, attention, memory, and perception.
The development of fine motor skills plays an important role in the harmonious development of the child. It is worth mentioning that fine motor skills of the hands in general are directly related to speech development. This has been proven by scientific studies. According to their findings, fine finger movements have a positive impact on speech development. However, it is not only speech that is affected. Fine motor skills, and the regular practice of this exercise, improve visual memory, and coordination of movements and develop imagination. In general terms, it develops the brain.
A busy board is an ideal tool for fine motor development. Playing with a busy board is useful for perseverance, attention, and concentration. As well as the development of thinking, brain activity, and fine motor skills of the hands. In addition, it will replace more than a dozen other toys.
Note: In case of hanging the activity board on the wall, the board must be firmly fixed to the wall so that the child cannot drop it on himself. Pictures are for illustration only, for safety reasons the belt with buckle has been replaced with a belt with Velcro fastening. We are working on editing the photos and manual.