Our Toddler Velcro Dressing Frame is designed for preprimary-age children. It consists of a wooden frame with two fabric windows that fasten in the center with three sets of Velcro strips. The frame is smaller than traditional frames designed for primary level (3-6). Children can work on pulling apart two Velcro strips, from top to bottom, and practice overlapping and pressing on the Velcro strips for effective adhesion. Children develop language such as push, push, Velcro, fastened, etc.
- Eye-hand coordination
- Fine motor skills
- Pincer grasp
- One-to-one correspondance language
- Critical thinking (following procedure)