Forefinger Bilateral Coordination Activity
The printable finger game is an activity for classroom or home preschool learning that is useful for:
- interhemispheric interaction,
- hand-eye coordination,
- fine motor skills,
- color perception.
What is interhemispheric development?
Interhemispheric interaction is a tool that stimulates the work of both brain hemispheres. It plays an important role in preschool development, because it improves creative thinking, memory, fine motor skills and hence prepares children for more complex tasks at school.
Finger Game for Bilateral Coordination Activities for Kids
- Print out the fine motor activity sheets for preschoolers and cut out the big colored circles on a separate page. These round cards are to indicate the colors that need to be pointed with forefingers.
- Place two round cards in the boxes above each column.
- Ask your child to point to those colors in the first row of the columns with both forefingers at once.
- Then move to the second row, pointing to the same colors. And so on.
The faster your child can play without making mistakes, the better it is for the development of his/her brain.