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Sugar Aunts: Improving Scissor Skills with Play Dough

Improving Scissor Skills with Play Dough - The OT Toolbox

Little Guy is just learning how to hold the scissors, how to coordinate both hands together when cutting, how to open and shut the blades of the scissors to cut smooth lines, and how to stay on a line when cutting. This little activity is perfect to work on all of those things. Plus, he ... Read more

scissor skills activity with jello :: learn to use scissors :: fine motor sensory play

Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play

Colourful, scented, sticky and fun: we’re learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play. Learning scissor skills with jelly sensory play Sometimes my daughter talks me into things. I remember jelly (jello) fondly from my childhood birthday parties when it used to be served with a satisfying plop on top of a bowl […]

Cutting pasta - from An idea on Tuesday (",)

Counting With Pasta

If you are anything like me and you hate to throw away pasta if you have cooked too much, but is no longer safe to eat, I have some perfect activities for you to do with your toddler. 1. Counting Pieces of Pasta Put out some tongs, leftover penne pasta, edicole dye with eye droppers for pasta sauce and glitter to be used as Parmesan cheese!! Write the numbers you won't your child to learn on disposable plates, get them to count out that number of pasta and have a pretend dinner party. 2…

Cutting Activity for Preschoolers: Fine Motor Skills Man - Mama Teaches

Cutting Activity for Preschoolers: Fine Motor Skills Man

Cutting Activity for Preschoolers: Fine Motor Skills Man - Mama Teaches

Make These Easy Snowflakes for a Snowy Garland

If your kids struggle with cutting snowflakes the tradition way, these are easy snowflakes to make. Still with cutting, but a lot easier!

Great activities using stickers and scissors to promote fine motor skills and cutting skills

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Taking the time to build and develop fine motor skills is just as important as teaching your Littles letter names and sounds, numbers, counting, etc. etc. Unfortunately, this is a skill that is often overlooked. Having strong hand muscles and fine motor skills is the foundation that our students need to grasp a pencil, ... Read More about Developing Fine Motor Skills