Lateralization activities provide a great educational and developmental experience for preschoolers. As children grasp whatever implement they are working with, they are building their pincer grip which is crucial for writing skills.
The more they do this, the more they learn about which hand is more comfortable for them.
Lateralization activities are also a lesson in patience as students ever so slowly work their way through a project with their chosen implement.
This activity involved a creative way to practice our lateralization skills. Using pine boughs and floral foam, your little ones wove their very own wreaths!