Welcome to the Annual Kid Blogger Network Holiday Gift Guide! I’ve rounded up ten fine motor toys that are fun and perfect for preschoolers ever-improving fine motor skills! Below you will also find a link to more than 75 other holiday gift guides! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience! Happy Holidays and Happy Shopping!
Melissa & Doug Construction Set in a Box– Caden has this set and it is the most fun! You work on fine motor skills by working the wooden nuts and bolts to create anything in your imagination! There are also some fun suggestions on the back of the box such as a race car and airplane!
LEGO Bricks & More Creative Bucket– We have some LEGO Junior sets and while they are so much fun, it is also fun to just have to bricks and be able to freely create what’s in the imagination! Plus these smaller bricks are great for working out fine motor muscles!
Melissa & Doug Scissor Skills Activity Pad – This activity pad comes with 20 fun pages to practice scissor skills on! Including crafts, games and mazes! This would be the perfect thing to bring along to grandma’s house or on vacation!
Learning Resources Froggy Feeding Fun – Practice color recognition and math skills with this fun game! You also get a fine motor muscle work out by squeezing the frog to open its mouth!
Educational Insights Design & Drill Activity Center – All kids love to use grown up tools, but sometimes it’s just not appropriate, this Design & Drill Activity Center is perfect for kids who would love to use a drill! Plus they can work on fine motor skills, color recognition and so much more!
Learning Advantage Hammer & Nails – Here is another fun set for kids who would love to use grown up tools! This Hammer & Nails toy looks awesome! Preschoolers can work on shape recognition while playing and practicing fine motor skills! This item is high on my wish list! I think Caden would love it!
Learning Resources Mini Muffin Match Up – This looks like an amazing game! Your preschooler can work on basic math skills including color recognition, matching, and counting all while using the fun squeezy tweezers to sort the mini muffins!
Edushape 123 Piece Marble Run Set– This set looks like a blast! Building with the marble run pieces and dropping the marbles will be a fun way to work on fine motor skills! As well as boosting creativity and reasoning skills!
Automoblox Set – Caden has had his eye on one of these sets for quite some time! And I’m okay getting him another car toy because this one can be taken apart, redesigned and built again! All while working on those valuable fine motor skills which are necessary for handwriting!
Light Bright Four Share Cube – Do you remember playing with the classic Light Bright? They are so much fun! But this version looks like even more fun because up to four friends can make a design at the same time! And inserting those tiny pegs are great for practicing fine motor skills!
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