Dry roses fine motor activities for toddlers.

It was a Women’s Day and I got the flowers,yaaaay 🙂 Once they dried out they became great material for sensory play, development of pincer grip, hand-eye coordination, strength in wrist and indirectly writing skills.

What to do with dry roses if your child is only 17 months (or less)?

Separate them into petals to develop pincer grip.
Grind them to develop strength in wrist and arm
‘Cook’ with them to develop circular movements of hand and arm.