5 Useful Tips to Help Children & Adults Develop Motor Skills

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If you are often at work, have you developed some symptoms such as slowness and inconvenience in your eyesight, mobility, coordination of hands and feet, attention, speech ability, etc.? If these symptoms persist, they may put your body into a state of old age and even lead to dementia and Alzheimer's. For this, it is essential to stop it in time! Developing motor skills helps improve people's attention, accuracy, speech, etc. Not only does it help adults, but also children.

The benefit of Develop motor skills for the brain

For Children

Childhood is the golden stage of intellectual development. Guardians must properly and fully explore children's hobbies to cultivate developed motor skills.

Children can improve their memory, spatial cognition, language skills, and hand-eye coordination by developing motor skills. More importantly, they help children broaden their horizons.

For adults

Adults bear so much stress, so developed motor skills are more needed. It can help people better integrate into life and enjoy the fun of life. At the same time, it is also helpful for people's health. Perhaps, they can also help people be more productive.

Activities that develop motor skills


Once you enjoy drawing, you must think with 100% of your mind and express it through paper. This process requires the brain and fingers to work together, relaxing your body. Even if you are not a professional artist, you can still draw as you wish. If you don't want to remove it, you can try copying some articles with a pen. Such as some classic poems.

Musical instrument

Perhaps most people wish they played an instrument, as I do. A study about "Musically-enriched environments relationship with primary school children" on National Library of Medicine, found that musicians have better working memory than non-musicians. Considering the critical role of memory in developing developed motor skills, it may benefit your brain to eventually pick up the instrument you've always wanted to learn.

Study a new language

Would you be surprised that more than half of the world's population is bilingual? It should be no surprise that learning multiple languages benefits the human brain — the earlier, the better.

A recent study about "Language Experience in the Second Year of Life Predicts Language Outcomes in Late Childhood" on PubMed Central, investigated the relationship between early language learning and IQ. The results indicated that language learning through talk and interaction from 18 to 24 months is most beneficial for cognitive outcomes later in life.

Frequent reading

There's no denying how beneficial books are in human cognitive development. The benefits gradually emerge when books become part of parental bonding activities.

In one recent study about "Reading Aloud and Child Development" on PubMed Central, researchers discovered that when parents read aloud to their children, the child had more excellent language and cognitive development skills.

3D models/jigsaw puzzle

A study about "Jigsaw Puzzles As Cognitive Enrichment (PACE)" on National Library of Medicine showed that you could significantly develop your brain by assembling different 3D wooden puzzles. Not only can it help people improve their memory, but it can also help improve reasoning and language skills. It can also help improve participants' visual-spatial reasoning.

Rokr's 3D wooden puzzle is a great educational model building kit for people. For example, the most popular ROKR Luminous Globe ST003 comprises a globe body and a base. The globe body contains a magnifying glass that can help you understand the world like an actual globe. The base includes multiple wooden mechanical gears and supports the globe body of ROKR Luminous Globe ST003. You can rotate the outside gears on the base to drive the internal gears, and then the globe starts to spin. No less than this, its globe body also contains warm lights inside, allowing you to see the world even at night. Is it very cool? At least that's what most people think.

The last words

The best way to develop these areas of your motor skills is to engage in thoughtful activities and games, learn new skills, and keep your brain active. In addition, developing your memory, executive control, and visuospatial reasoning can help to boost your intelligence levels. We hope this article helps you choose the right type of activity that will give you pleasure and satisfaction!