Great fine motor activity and it's next to no cost too

Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can! This activity not only develop cognitive skills, but and fine motor

Magnetic letter hunt! Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name?   EYFS/pre-school activities.

Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? Use different sized magnets to activate fine motor skills.

childcareland blog: Pumpkin Seed Counting

Pin Works on building number sense by counting using correspondence and matching number of objects with a printed numeral. Also works on fine motor skills. Students pick a number card then use tongs to count out that number of pumpkin seeds.

Pompom Counting. Children will sort colored pompoms into numbered cupcake liners. By using chopsticks, children will also develop their fine motor skills. {Pre-k} {Individual}

Use theme/holiday related objects and tongs or tweezers. Children will sort colored pompoms into numbered cupcake liners. By using chopsticks, children will also develop their fine motor skills. {Pre-k} {Individual}

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