fine motor skills for kids - so easy

Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children. Create patterns while practicing fine-motor skills. Kids practice cutting skills when they cut the straws themselves.

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!

Counting with pipe cleaners and beads. Great for fine motor development too.

Counting beads on pipe cleaners

I think you could also have multiple pipe cleaners coming from one number and students have to show multiple ways to add numbers to get to that number. Counting with pipe cleaners and beads. Great for fine motor development too.

FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel)

Lots of Lines

Use this Paperclip activity to encourage fine motor skills in your toddler and preschooler with free printable from PowerfulMothering.com (makes a great busy bag!)

Everyday Fine Motor Materials - P is for Paperclip (Busy Bag)

Everyday Fine Motor Materials P is for Paperclip. I love this as a tray activity for color matching and fine motor skills

How Many Cheerios Can You Stack?GREAT for fine motor skill building. My only fear- my son will eat them and not stack them!

{Mommy School} Playing & Learning with Play-Doh

how many cheerios can you stack in 30 seconds, etc. Use pink play dough and the pink yogurt cheerios to make this a Valentine's day school class party game

Sugar Aunts: Improving Scissor Skills with Play Dough

Improving Scissor Skills with Play Dough

By The Sugar Aunts: Use Playdough to address scissorskills: Bilateral hand coordination, line awareness, strengthening, scissor positioning, open/shut motion.

Autumn Tree Threading Activity for developing fine motor skills :: Wings and Roots

Autumn Tree Fine Motor Threading

Fine Motor Skills Activity with Beads - a game that takes just a few minutes to set up and lets kids practice their fine motor skills.

Fine Motor Skills Activity with Beads

Ages (Pre-K - Kindergarten) Exhibits eye-hand coordination, strength, control, and object manipulation

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