On a normal Friday at school we practice our fine motor skills. Today, let’s focus on crossing midline.
Crossing midline is when we move our arms or legs across the middle of our body to complete a task. Crossing midline is important in developing the ability to use both sides of the body at the same time. Some tasks that require this include putting on shoes, catching a ball, writing, cutting, etc.
Here are some ways to work on this with your child: