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Finger Dexterity Games For Kids | Balloon App

Finger dexterity exercises disguised as a fun game for kids? Yes please 👏 Watch as your kid improves fine motor skills they'll use every day.

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Who Are Finger Dexterity Games For?

Kids who use AAC devices

Kids working on fine motor skills

Kids who love video games & screens

OTs & SLPs working on fine motor skills

Parents looking for fun ways to build dexterity

The Science of Goally's Finger Dexterity Games

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What Will Kids Learn?

Improved finger control

Confidence in using touchscreens

Better hand-eye coordination

Enhanced fine motor skills

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Change balloon size, speed, & count. Watch as your kiddo improves their hand-eye coordination with fun games that keep them challenged.

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The hand-eye coordination needed to "pop the balloons" translates right into using an AAC Talker. FUN practice? We're all about it.

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FAQs | Finger Dexterity Games

How much does Goally's cost?

Goally's Life Skills Package is $249. It comes with a year of premium apps and all video classes. You'll also get one-on-one human support, a kid-friendly tablet, and access to the Parent App, where you control everything your kid sees.

What is "finger dexterity?"

Finger dexterity skills are how well someone can use their fingers to do tasks. Kids with autism might have trouble with these skills. Finger dexterity is important for using AAC devices, which can help neurodivergent kids who have trouble speaking communicate with others. Kids need to touch or push buttons on the device to make words and sentences. If they can use their fingers well, they can use the device better.

Why is building finger dexterity important?

Finger dexterity exercises evaluate the capability of the muscles in the hand as well as the person’s fine motor skills for the purpose of performing tasks that involve placing, turning, and picking up objects. The development of finger dexterity is very important as without it, doing daily tasks, like grooming, becomes very difficult. Having good dexterity skills also makes it easier for kids to use AAC devices and have better communication.

What's the science?

Our balloons app implements strategies occupational therapists use every day to help kids practice finger dexterity. We give parents control over how fast the balloons travel & how big they are so that parents and therapists can track their progress. Goally's balloons app also includes visual and audio stimulation while playing.

Can I involve my teacher or therapist?

Yup! You can add unlimited care team members to your kiddo's account.

What if my kid doesn't like it?

No problem - there are no contracts or risk with Goally's monthly plan. If you or your kiddo doesn't like it, just let us know and we will cancel your subscription. If it's just the balloon app they don't like, don't worry- we have other dexterity-building games to keep them engaged (like Graffiti Street!


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