Bottle and lid matching activity {great fine motor and totally inspiring me for something else! }

Bottle and lid matching activity - great idea for an OT activity! Definitely targets fine motor skills, visual motor, and cognitive skills! So simple!

Baguettes et bouchons

WATER TRANSFER: Fine motor, lifting objects with various tools including large tweezers, chop sticks.

busy board - I have little girls...not just for boys! They would LOVE this! I think I like the spring door stop hahaha kids really can't get enough of that thing. The dirty secret is adults can't stop themselves from doing it either haha

Little Boy Busy Board Great Idea! Good for fine motor skill development.

Water Transfer with a baster into muffin tin

Fine Motor Skills for Preschoolers - Preschool/Daycare - Water Transfer With a Baster into Muffin Tin. But Also Maybe Have Different Colors and Let Them Learn about Color Mixtures

- Spooning Marbles = fine motor activity to promote fine motor skill development & eye-hand coordination - from 30 Kids Activities & Materials for Promoting Fine Motor Skills | hands on : as we grow

Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities

This would make a great activity for carnival games- Spooning Marbles = fine motor activity to promote fine motor skill development & eye-hand coordination - from 30 Kids Activities & Materials for Promoting Fine Motor Skills

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills - a better idea than using paper that then has to be recycled or worked into a project

Clipping carabiners: a great way to improve dexterity while working on a Practical Life task that's inexpensive to put together. As skills grow, you can switch out the activity to screw carabiners.

Hooking together caribiners. Clipping carabiners: a great way to improve dexterity while working on a Practical Life task that's inexpensive to put together. As skills grow, you can switch out the activity to screw carabiners.

Building stone cairns from Rachel (",)

Rocks, Stones & Pebbles

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31 days of Montessori Inspired Activities for Toddlers - Page 11 of 31

Looks like a laminated hand picture and with use of a dry erase marker, create patterns for student to replicate on their hand with hair ties.

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