Pincer grip-The ability to hold objects between thumb and index finger, which typically develops in infants between 12 and 15 months of age.
One of the most significant fine motor accomplishments is the pincer grip, which typically appears at about 12 months.
The development of the pincer grip-the ability to hold objects between the thumb and index finger-gives the infant a more sophisticated ability to grasp and manipulate objects and also to deliberately drop them.
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