Tearing Paper

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Works on:

 hand strengthening

Hand eye coordination

Bilateral coordination

Fine motor skills

These skills provide the foundation that will enable kids to write and use scissors

Have your child place torn pieces of paper over their name or letter of their name

Make a collage of different colored paper

Fill in a picture with torn paper vs. coloring it


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