Fine motor skills
By fine motor skills we mean that set of skills that allow us to perform small movements such as those of the hand, wrist and fingers. Obviously, fine motor skills are closely interconnected with hand-eye coordination. These skills help us every day and on all levels. We need them, for example, to write, to grasp objects, to eat, to tie shoes, to close buttons, to type on a computer keyboard, etc.
For us adults these skills seem innate but instead they are learned during development and it is not wrong to think of giving the child various tools to stimulate them.