Fine Motor Alphabet Ideas

We have some exciting news! Today is the launch of our new fine motor book- 100 Fine Motor Ideas: for Parents, Teachers & Therapists! To celebrate launch day I’ve rounded up some really fabulous fine motor alphabet ideas from lots of wonderful kid bloggers to create the ultimate list of fine motor alphabet ideas!

100 Fine Motor Ideas for Parents, Teachers and Therapists

100 Fine Motor Ideas for Parents, Teachers & Therapists is chock full of fun ideas for kids in need of engaging fine motor activities! Check out my book page for more information and to purchase your own copy! Get a launch discount on the 100 Fine Motor Ideas eBook until March 7th by using code 100fm.

The ulitmate collection of 35+ fine motor ideas to celebrate the launch of 100 Fine Motor Ideas for Parents, Teachers and Therapists!

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35+ Fine Motor Alphabet Ideas

Fine Motor Alphabet Activities

Push Pin Letter Formation Activity from Sugar Aunts

Blowing Pom Poms Alphabet Activity from Mom Inspired Life

Easter Egg Smash from Stir the Wonder

Hung Out to Dry: Fine Motor and Literacy Activity from What Do We Do All Day?

Dot Marker Alphabet Cards from Craftulate

Invitation to Play and Learn with Playdough and Magnetic Letters from Learn with Play at Home

Fine Motor Alphabet Activiies

Alphabet Formation Compare Bears from Adventures of Adam

Pop! Learning with Bubble Wrap from Hands On As We Grow

Hand-Eye Coordination Letter Activity for Kids from Sugar Aunts

Upper & Lower Case Matching Lacing Cards from Teach Me Mommy

Thread-Wrapped Letters from Craftulate

Alphabet Lacing Cards from Homeschool Share

Fine Motor Alphabet Activities

Golf Tee Hammering from Sugar Aunts

Alphabet Flower Garden Activity from Buggy and Buddy

ABC Dot Fine Motor Activity from 3 Dinosaurs

Laundry Letters Matching Game from Homeschool Share

Clothespin Letter Match Busy Bag from Craftulate

Scrabble Tile Letter Slime from Little Bins for Little Hands

FM alphabet 4

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Play Set from Buggy and Buddy

Alphabet Bandage Bears from Cutting Tiny Bites

Practicing Letters with Munchy Ball from Therapy Fun Zone

Watermelon Seed Letters from How Wee Learn

Finding Spring ABC Letter Games from My Bright Firefly

ABC Fishing Preschool Activity from Homeschool Share

FM alphabet 5

Icy Letter Play from Little Bins for Little Hands

Fine Motor Dot Sticker Letter Learning from Learn with Play at Home

Name Writing with Stampers from Adventures of Adam

Bird Nest Letter Matching Game from Fantastic Fun & Learning

Tracing Letters & Shapes with Toothpicks from Hands On As We Grow

Stamps & Play Dough ABC Learning Activity from Play Dough & Popsicles

FM alphabet 6

Name Practice Letter Hunt from Inspiration Laboratories

Learning to Write the Alphabet with Cotton Swab Painting from The Stay-at-Home Mom Survival Guide

Sound Matching Card Activity from Carrots are Orange

F is for Frog Fine Motor Activities from Living Montessori Now

Play Dough and Alphabet Beads from Mom Inspired Life



It’s good for toddlers and preschoolers to do a variety of fine motor activities. Having different activities help work different fine motor muscles and hand coordination which is necessary for handwriting. Fine Motor Fridays is all about giving you a bunch of ideas to do with your little ones!

Check out these great fine motor ideas!

Fine Motor Color Learning Ideas from Powerful Mothering

Storybook Inspired Fine Motor Activities from School Time Snippets

Ultimate Collection of 45+ Scissor Skills Activities from Craftulate

Fine Motor Painting Activities from House of Burke

Fine Motor Math Activities from And Next Comes L

Color Sorting Fine Motor Ideas from Still Playing School

Fine Motor Art Ideas from Our Whimsical Days

Pincer Grasp Activities on Lalymom



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99 fine motor ideas for ages 1 to 5

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2 thoughts on “Fine Motor Alphabet Ideas”

  1. Emma says:

    What an awesome collection of ideas! The letter cookies are my favorite because – well, yum! πŸ˜‰

  2. Mihaela says:

    Love all of these letter learning ideas! Think I’ll just go down the list with my 4 year old!

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