Everyday Fine Motor Materials - P is for Paperclip (Busy Bag)
Use paperclips in your busy bags and encourage fine motor skills with these simple ideas!
New Fine Motor Skill Activity
I added a new fine motor skill activity to my classroom this week. It has been a HUGE hit with the class. Again, this is something that cost me NO MONEY! I'm sure you can tell by the picture, you need a paper plate (or bowl), a plastic spoon, old water bottle and some marbles. The object of the game is to spoon the marbles into the bottle WITHOUT using your hands. You can use a larger mouthed bottled and put the marbles in a bowl to make it easier for the younger children. My class LOVES…
@acraftyliving shared a photo on Instagram: “Fine Motor Friday with a Toddler (18m +) with holey TP rolls + straws! 🎉 I shared this activity I set up for Mr3 earlier in the week -…” • Jun 24, 2016 at 4:06am UTC
Holey TP Roll Threading with Straws! Inexpensive Fine Motor activity for Toddlers & Preschoolers! www.acraftyliving.com
A Peek at our Week!
Well, it is definitely raining! It has been absolutely pouring all morning, just about the heaviest rain that I have ever seen, and just when I think it's clearing it sets in again. Time for me share a few photos of some of the activities we had fun with during group work this week! Let's start with fine motor morning groups. Using pieces of pipe cleaner as worms and clothes pegs as bird beaks is a very easy way to work on developing those little hand muscles and fine motor control. Just cut…
Fine motor activity using a spiky ball and loom bands - Laughing Kids Learn
Here is a simple fine motor activity using a spiky ball and loom bands. It's lots of fun for preschoolers or children needing to build their hand muscles for writing and gripping objects. Occupational therapist would also be very interested in this easy idea for kids.
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...
We drew a variety of patterns on a large sheet of paper, we then set up a range of different resources for the children to use to follow the patterns. We also added the tweezers to create extra opportunities to practice using our fine motor skills :)