Open-ended play is a term for play that has no pre-determined limitations. This type of play allows children to simply follow their imagination. To play and go in any direction their creativity takes them. As there are no set outcomes, there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ with open-ended play.
Fine Motor Skills encapsulate movements of the smaller muscle groups in your child’s fingers, wrists and hands.Young children need time to practice using these skills in order to help them develop. As your child grows, these skills will show their importance as they are needed for many everyday tasks.