- Two flaps of cloth with five press-studs and five corresponding press-stud buttons, on a wooden frame.
This is an individual presentation.
- Directress shows the child how to undo the press-studs.
- Starting from the top, she places the left hand's thumb near the studs.
- Use the right hand to pull the flap up by holding near the stud's edge with the right hand's thumb and index finger to snap it apart.
- Repeat for the rest of the studs.
- When she has undone all the studs, the Directress folds back the two flaps so as to clearly demonstrate to the child that the function of the studs is to hold two pieces of cloth together.
- The Directress then brings the flaps back together again, starting from the top, shows the child how to do up the press-studs.
- Place the left hand on the left side of the flap with the index finger near the stud button.
- Use the right hand with the thumb and index finger holding on to the edges of the press-stud.
- Snap the stud into the stud button with the index finger right on top of the studs.
- Repeat for all the rest of the press-studs.
Control Of Error
There is one press-stud button opposite each press-stud.
Points Of Interest
- To teach a child how to do and undo press studs.
- To develop the child's eye hand coordination.
- To develop the child's fine motor control.
- To develop the child's concentration.
- To develop the child's independence.
- To satisfy the child's need for order.