Develops fine motor skills: Cutting out papers, colouring within the line, drawing shapes, boost your child’s fine motor skills. These skills come handy in her everyday life, like buttoning up her shirt, writing, eating, etc. Even simple actions like colouring with pencils or holding a paintbrush help to strengthen the muscles and improve their control.
Improves hand-eye coordination: Engaging in arts and crafts-related activities from a very young age leads to tremendous improvement in hand-eye coordination. This will help a child during the later primary-school years when she is forming letters or spacing out words.