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Primary Science Magnifier & Tweezers

Primary Science Magnifier & Tweezers

HK$89.00
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Description

Encourage young scientists to take their investigations further with these perfectly sized tools! 

Includes durable magnifier with built-in stand for hands-free observation, 4.5x magnification, and 4 1/2" diameter viewing area

Exercises fine motor skills as children use the easy-grip tweezers—depressions on the colorful 6" tweezers guide small hands into the proper pincer position

Washable plastic; colors may vary

Age: 3+

Learning Style: Tactile

Skill Development: 

Sensory- Great for students who are hypersensitive to textures; they can participate in tactile play using tweezers to hold and move objects. 

Fine Motor- Helps develop the pincer grasp and fine motor skills needed for daily living (buttoning, zipping, holding a toothbrush, and picking up finger foods). 

Fine Motor- While students concentrate on using these tweezers, they are unaware of the inner circuitry going on. By working on grasping, picking up, and releasing with the tweezers, they are developing eye-hand coordination (visual motor integration). As this skill advances, students become more proficient with tasks like handwriting, drawing, and forming numbers.

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