The pincer grasp is the coordination of the index finger and thumb to hold an item. The pincer grasp represents the coordination of brain and muscles that is necessary to help them gain increasing independence. A baby will typically develop this skill between the ages of 8 and 10 months, although this can vary.
Edulove’s Sensory Activity Cubes assist a child from a young age with the various activity panels that are on the cubes; for example, tie the shoe, the clips, trying to move the bead over and under, the jacket or tent with the zip etc. Therefore, it is great to note that our sensory products are educational and handmade with love and great attention to detal.