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Fine Motor exercises are an important part of any child's curriculum and learning experience. Learning how control your hands and refining those hand muscles help a child learn how to do important, every day life skills like feeding, wiping, zippering, and tying shoes. Enter: Finger Gym. Guest Blog post by The SPED Head at Mrs. D's Corner.