Fine Motor Skills are required for writing, cutting, coloring, and manipulation of objects in the hand. Learning Tower utilizes “The Fine Motor Olympics” curriculum plus other supplemental activities to remediate Fine Motor Skills. Prior to beginning fine motor tutoring, an assessment will be completed for any student who exhibits any of the following when writing, cutting, or coloring that are below age appropriate: slow writing, illegible writing, lines that are too dark, lines that are light, lines that are wobbly, letters that do not touch the appropriate lines, wrong spacing when writing, incorrect pencil grip, slow cutting, inability to cut on the lines, inability to cut curves, and coloring in small vertical lines instead of large left-to-right sweeps that produce blended shading. Once the assessment is completed, specific activities will be chosen that remediate the areas of concern. Areas assessed and then remediated are: shoulder stability, wrist stability, hand strength (hand muscles and hand arch), open web space, sense of touch/somatosensory perception, finger thumb isolation and opposition, and pencil grasps: pincer and tripod. Throughout the remediation process, children will be reassessed in order to monitor progress. Various tools will be used for multisensory instruction by tutors.