Baby’s skill develops fast from vision to hand-control which both of them are able to coordinate. This thing makes her possible to be skilled on concentrating on her little toy before taking it. Eye-hand coordination that had already developed, is joined with the learning process and high understanding of your baby, is possible for baby to start their first activity in drawing practice.
Knowing more about the development of eye-hand coordination in 12 to 24 months baby in this post. Here is the list month by month:
12 to 14 months:
- Able to hold two objects on each hand at the same time.
- Like to make squiggle with crayon and pencil on the paper.
- Able to hit peg into the suit hole by using its hammer.
- Raising their hand when you want to wear them clothes or sweater.
- Like to play with moving objects and like to see the objects when moving.
- Able to throw a light medium-size ball.
15 to 18 months:
- Able to realize he connection between hand movements and its result, for example she knows that she has to pull the rope attached to the toy in order to make it move.
- Start to feed herself by using hand and spoon.
- It might be that baby wants to help you when you wearing them clothes.
- Prefer to use her hands.
- Able to clap.
- Also able to finish arranging toy with certain simple shape.
19 to 21 months:
- Like to play with objects that are able to be shaped, such as sand or water. Your baby tends to write or draw on its surface.
- Like to rolling around, throwing and might be catching a big-size or small-size ball.
- Able to arrange small wood blocks to be a tower as high as 5 blocks.
- Able to pour water from one container to another without spilling water too much.
- Deliberately making squiggle on the paper.
22 to 24 months:
- Looking at the book for several minutes to pay attention to the picture on the book.
- Point out to her favorite pictures and then turn the pages
- Able to actively participate when wearing a clothe and taking it off.
- Effectively using her thumb and index finger to snap at little objects.
- Receiving and taking the object from your hand and then she gives it back to you again.
- Able to effectively use spoon in order to feed herself.
- Producing rhythm sounds with musical instruments, such as drum.
Hopefully this development post of eye-hand coordination could be useful for you and your baby.