My almost 10 year old son is very slow at jigsaw puzzles and never wanted to do them when he was younger. The OT thinks I should have him work on this but I am wondering if there is really anything to be gained by being able to do jigsaw puzzles faster. He has taken piano lessons for four years to help with fine motor skills and the OT said his handwriting is "low average" now which is good enough for me, especially since I let him type most of his school work.
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