A great fine motor activity

Fine Motor Activity to Keep Kids Busy When You Need It

A great way to keep kids busy, just rubber bands and a soup can from the pantry! A great fine motor activity to keep them busy when you need a little time.

Download these free winter missing number clip cards for kindergarten (or first grade review). They are a fun, hands-on way to work on number order.

FREE Missing Number Clip Cards for Kindergarten

Cutting skills at the finger gym this week: paint colour samples for practising straight lines and cutting box to practise zig zags and curves. Selection of scissors available.

Cutting skills at the finger gym: paint colour samples for practising straight lines and cutting box to practise zig zags and curves. Selection of scissors available.

Colander and pipe cleaner fine motor activity.

Discovery Box 6: Pipe Cleaners

This Pipe cleaners discovery box activity is a cheap and easy way to work on fine motor skills. Various pinch and grip techniques are required to manipulate the pipe cleaners and colander which allows the child a great opportunity to work on those skills.

Finger Gym - Rice and lentils, pick out with fingers, tweezers or chopsticks.

Fine motor skills Finger Gym - Rice and lentils, pick out with fingers, tweezers or chopsticks.

Spinners on the finger gym. EYFS

Spinners on the finger gym. EYFS - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

Finger Gym in my FS2 class

Finger Gym - arranging gems on foam letters. Found on FB Group: Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Finger Gym - Rice and lentils, pick out with fingers, tweezers or chopsticks.

Fine motor skills Finger Gym - Rice and lentils, pick out with fingers, tweezers or chopsticks.

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