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Coordinated controlling of eye movement with hand movement, and the processing of visual input to guide reaching and grasping. A way of performing daily life tasks such as writing, feeding, and picking up a book from a table
Perception to the sense of touch.
An ability to interpret information from visible light reaching the eyes The resulting perception is also known as eyesight, sight or vision Help children to understand what they see, recognize and identify different qualities that help them judge size, color, shape, spatial relations and other things
Emotional & Social Development
Gaining a huge amount of pleasure from learning a musical instrument; it can also boost the development of vital skills Learning to play an instrument provides children with a range of skills, many of which are transferable and appropriate to various different situations Helping improve motor skills, as there are special techniques you need to use to master each instrument Children feel part of a group and have a sense of belonging.
Social play are the best mechanisms for progressing through the different social stages Children learn social rules such as, give and take, reciprocity, cooperation, and sharing Children also learn to use moral reasoning to develop a mature sense of values To be prepared to function effectively in the adult world.
Intellectual & Language Development
Language & Communication
Including development of an ability to listen, to understand what is said, and to speak to others The ability to see and understand the use of conversation, written language and to write and read Language is a learned code, or system of rules that enables children to communicate ideas and express wants and needs