It’s the start of a new year, a time to look back on the previous year and see all the fun we’ve had! That’s what is so great about writing a blog, I have a record of what we’ve done! So without further ado, here are some Fantastic Fine Motor Activities from 2015!
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Since we’ve done so many fine motor activities over the past year, I’ve decided to organize this list by season. Most of our activities are seasonal, so I think this will work.
Winter Fine Motor Activities
Cute winter themed activity that combines counting and fine motor skills with stickers!
Open-ended art projects, especially painting is great for fine motor skills and creativity.
Combine recycled plastic bottles and stickers for an easy Christmas craft!
This activity looks totally adorable and is so much fun for preschoolers!
Spring Fine Motor Activities
Toddlers and preschoolers will love learning the letters of their name with this adorable activity.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these two fun fine motor activities!
This open-ended activity is a hit with preschoolers and older children!
Boy will love this fine motor activity which can also incorporate learning the alphabet or other rote learning topic.
Kids will love helping to decorate for the holiday with this fun and simple fine motor art project!
Summer Fine Motor Activities
Play dough is an awesome material to encourage kids to work on fine motor strengthening and skills.
We love combining sensory bins with fine motor tools for a fun math activity.
This is a fun art project to do in the summer and use the sun to melt the crayons!
Fall Fine Motor Activities
A simple sensory bin with fall leaves is a great way for kids to work on fine motor skills.
This fun craft and game incorporates stickers to add in some fine motor work.
Kids will have a smashing fun time working on fine motor skills and learning the alphabet!
A fun fine motor game for kids to play while practicing letter recognition.
This fun game incorporates alphabet learning, sensory play and fine motor skills!
Make this adorable picture frame to hold those school photos!
Year Round Fine Motor Activities
Adding something new to a typical fine motor activity is sometimes all it takes to encourage kids to practice more.
This simple activity is great for busy days at home or on the go!
A fun and simple math game that also sneaks in some fine motor practice!
This awesome fine motor activity was inspired by the training real astronauts do to prepare for their adventures in space!
This simple sensory bin is a fun way for toddlers and preschools to work on early math and fine motor skills.
Frequently Used Fine Motor Tools
HAPPY FINE MOTOR FRIDAY!
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!
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