Developing fine motor skills means that the child uses certain small muscles in the fingers and hands to make precise movements in order to pick up and manipulate small objects. It is the coordination between what the eye sees and the hands that touch it. It sounds simple but requires muscle development and a certain maturity of the central nervous system. Fine motor skills are essential for experiencing and discovering the environment.
The wooden and crochet ring encourages this work of gripping, pinching with the fingers and eye-hand coordination.
It is also used to bite and soothe its gums when its teeth come out.
Thanks to natural and ecological materials, baby will be able to wear the toy in the mouth in complete safety.
It is also a suitable item for “the treasure basket”.