Dana Cary - June 21, 2022

10+ Hand Strengthening Activities for Youngsters

Hand strengthening exercises will help this toddler who looks sad because he can't use a spoon to eat his Froot Loops.

Hand Strength

Hand strength is super important for countless activities, including manipulating small objects and clothing fasteners, playing games, climbing playground equipment, holding a pencil, and grasping feeding utensils. When our little ones don’t have hand strength, they often struggle with these kinds of activities. This is a big part of occupational therapy for toddlers.

Build your youngster’s strength with these 16 hand strengthening activities.

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